Cincinnati, Ohio, may be the capital of Ohio’s farming industry, but this city has also become a hub for the real estate industry.
The Cincinnati area is home to more than two dozen large real estate companies, many of which specialize in residential and commercial real estate, as well as the city’s most expensive home sales.
The best deals in this article include the sale of a $2.9 million home in Cincinnati’s historic downtown district.
Realtor.com lists the property for sale for $2,972,928.
The home, located at 515 N. King Street, is currently listed as for sale.
This listing is the second highest in the city, behind only a $1.8 million home at 1345 E. King St. (valued at $1,971,000).
The home was previously owned by former Ohio Governor and Democratic presidential candidate John Kasich.
The sale price for the home includes the $1 million price tag.
“The home is owned by the city of Cincinnati and the sale price includes the city property taxes, which is $1M,” Realtors.com reported.
“This is the most expensive house in the neighborhood, at least in the area, according to the Real estate comparison site.”
The house, which was listed for sale on the online listing platform Cincinnati Realtors, was sold on October 17. “
It has all the qualities you would expect from a property that has been in this neighborhood for decades.”
The house, which was listed for sale on the online listing platform Cincinnati Realtors, was sold on October 17.
As part of its property listing, the listing states that the home has “excellent security and an exceptional view of the city.”
The property is located in a historic district that features the Cincinnati Zoo and Cincinnati Reds baseball team, as shown in a photograph of the home.
A home sale typically requires a significant deposit to purchase the property, and there is typically an additional cost for additional taxes and other fees.
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