Maria Walley, Realtor
Cincinnatti Condo Connection - Part 2

Eden Park Condo with River Views at Edgecliff



Check out this beautifully renovated condo in Eden Park.  The cabinetry and appliances are sleek European designed and very neutral.  This gorgeous building as built in 1966.  This unit was formerly a three bedroom condo which was converted to a two bedroom condo to make a larger living space.  The floor plan is very open with plenty of storage space.

Living at the Edgecliff is like living at a spa.  Take a walk or run in the park designed by Fredrick Law Olmstead, the landscape designer for Central Park in New York. After you’ve finished, go to the hair salon at the Edgecliff for a pedicure or other spa treatment and then you can bask in the sun at the pool. When you’ve had enough of the pool you can head upstairs to take a nap or watch the sunset and then pop down to Le Bar A Boeuf, Jean Robert de Cavel’s restaurant downstairs for a lovely French dinner.

Call Maria Walley for a private showing. (513) 235-3996.  Or email

This unit is agent owned.

Rare 3 Bedroom Edgecliff condo in Eden Park

The three bedroom condos are sought after and don’t come on the market very often.  This 17th floor condo just came on the market. It has a beautiful view of the Ohio River and the Kentucky Hills.  It has lovely built in cabinetry throughout the condo.  It comes with all of the amenities of the Edgecliff such as doorman, pool, Le Bar A Boeuf Restaurant, fitness room, guest suite and party room.  The HOA also includes heat, water, air conditioning and trash.  Call Maria Walley today to book a private showing (513) 235-3996 or email

Columbia Tower Condos Best Value East Walnut Hills

5 minutes from downtown and close to East side neighborhoods, this East Walnut Hills midrise building offers amenities, security, convenience and views.  This 1 bedroom 1 bathroom condo is offered at $79,000.  The building has a gorgeous pool with a river view and a gym.  See listing page for more details about the unit.


See Columbia Tower page for more information about the condo community.



See listing page for more detail.

Historic School House Lofts Condo in East Walnut Hills #33

Walk to cafes, restaurants, breweries and shops on  Woodburn Avenue  East Walnut Hills Business District. School House Lofts was formerly Walnut Hills High School, it was converted to condos in the early 2000’s.  Soaring 12 foot ceilings, huge windows and the turet make this condo an architectural delight.  It’s 2 bedrooms and 2 baths with high end finishes.  It even has a garage! See Video

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Woodburn Avenue at DeSales Corner


See video of School House Lofts #33.


Regency Square Condos in Hyde Park

Regency Square is one of the best values in Cincinnati.  If you are looking for a condo in Hyde Park that is not in a high rise but has amenities, you should definately consider Regency Square.  It’s behind the Regency Towers.  Each unit has a private entrance and private outdoor space.  Some of the units are single story 2 bedroom/2 bathrooms and others are two and three bedroom townhouses.





10 Must Do Items Before Listing Your Condo For Sale

1) Have HVAC serviced and save the report for buyers. The most common item I see come up on post inspection requests is an allowance for an HVAC at the end of it’s life.  Be proactive, show that you service it and that it’s in working order and you may save yourself thousands of dollars.

2) Make sure all doors close properly and repair doors that don’t. Same with cabinet doors.  Doors and cabinets that don’t shut properly are annoying and are easily and cheaply fixed.

3) Repaint if necessary, especially if the colors are no longer fashionable.  Red and gold, remember the jewel tones of the 90’s.  They look terribly dated now.  Try Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray.  If there is prior water damage that has been resolved, please repaint the ceiling. Yes, you need to disclose if there was water damage but if you leave the spot on the ceiling, it makes buyers nervous.

4) Make sure all faucets are working properly.  No one likes to see a drippy water faucet. If they are old and unfashionable, change them out with newer inexepensive faucets.

5) Make sure the toilets are not running.

6) Make sure all lightbulbs have been changed to attractive bulbs (no CFLs) and that all are working and free of dirt and debris.  Otherwise buyer’s inspector will tell buyers to bring an electrician to make all lights operable. They don’t carry spare bulbs for testing.  Also, good lighting can make a home look cozier and prettier.  Bad lighting just makes everything look uglier.

7) Make sure washer and dryer is working or remove them if they don’t.

8) Make sure you have all of your current HOA docs including any amendments, master insurance policy, rules and regulations, minutes from board meetings and current year operating budget and balance sheet.  You will be asked for these things and you don’t want to wait until that moment to try to get these items.

9) Check smoke detectors.  Make sure they have new batteries if they are not hardwired and get rid of the ugly yellow ones and replace them with new white ones.

10) Deep clean and declutter (refrigerator, closets, storage area)  Condo buyers are usually downsizing and worried about containing all of their possessions.  You don’t want them to open up your storage area and see things stacked on top of each other.  Nothing says this place is to darn small that a storage unit piled high, ditto for your linen closet. Pack up anything seasonal or that you won’t need right away and store offsite.. Also clean out the cabinets under sinks and in laundry room. Chances are you have many duplicates of cleaning supplies that you don’t use.

I always recommend staging a condo.  I believe sellers usually sell it faster and get top prices when they stage.  I realize not all sellers have the funds to invest in staging up front.  Often, clients ask if they should repaint.  If the colors aren’t hideous, I usually tell them to save the time and money on painting and stage it instead.

Large Double Condo at The Edgecliff in Eden Park

This condo was previously 2 one bedroom condos combined into one stylish 2 bedroom condo with an open floor plan and gorgeous master suite.  It also has a double balcony (44 feet long) that overlooks Eden Park in East Walnut Hills.

This luxury condominium is perfect for entertaining.  It has an open kitchen with an island and a separate bar area. It comes with two garage spaces and a storage unit.  The Edgecliff Private Residences has abundant amenities including a French restaurant by Jean Robert de Cavel, Le Bar a Boeuf. 24 hour concierge, fitness center, guest suite, party room and onsite management.  There is also a hair salon and doctor’s office for the resident’s convenience.


School House Lofts #57 in E. Walnut Hills



School House Lofts is a well kept secret.  High ceilings and large windows define the spaces in this building.  It was the original Walnut Hills High School and was renovated in the early 2000’s into.  Carefree walking to DeSales Corner and Woodburn Ave where one has a choice of many restaurants, shops and cafes as well as a brewery.

This is one of the rare 5th floor penthouse condos in the building.  It’s 2 stories and features a balcony and a garage.  Soaring ceilings and large windows.  It’s 2 full bedrooms plus a study.  Email Maria Walley  for a private showing today.




Gorgeous Renovated East Walnut Hills Condo at the Edgecliff

Don’t miss this one.  It’s 2 one bedroom units combined to make one large 2 bed 2 bath condo with a 44 ft balcony overlooking Eden Park.  Designed for entertaining!


River View Condo Renovation Opportunity


Rare opportunity to combine two condos with Southeastern exposure (best river view from building) at the Edgecliff Private Residences.  See listing information.

The building is located in Eden Park in Walnut Hills, a desirable neighborhood four minutes from downtown Cincinnati.  It’s a corner unit 2 bedroom and an adjacent studio just waiting for your personal touch.  Buy it in time for Labor Day Fireworks.