Maria Walley, Realtor
Cinncinnati condo | Cincinnati Condo Connection

Harbor Greene River View Condo

 

Offered at $1,025,000

This sophisticated fully furnished condominium offers a metropolitan lifestyle with the serenity of front row water front views and the best in leisurely living.  It’s the largest unit in the building at 3,383 Square feet of living space featuring fresh and elegant details, fine custom finishes as well as two  covered balconies and spans of glass which enhance the bright and open floor plan.

The owners have invested in premium appliances and fixtures, fine built ins and cabinetry. A culinary granite kitchen features a Sub Zero refrigerator and Dacor gas range.

There are three full custom baths and one half bath, signature lighting fixtures and Maco window shades.  No detail was over looked.  It’s low maintenance with Italian porcelain tile throughout.

It has three ensuite bedrooms and one study.  The master suite is on the other side of the condo from the others for maximum privacy.

The welcoming entry introduces the living areas, the master wing, powder room and laundry room.

 

Kitchen counter seats six comfortably

Edgecliff Point Condo with River View

This is a rare one bedroom condominium at Edgecliff Point, Cincinnati’s premier high rise building in East Walnut Hills.  The fourth floor condo is 2300 SF and has two balconies both overlooking the river with expansive views of the Cincinnati skyline.  This condo has recently undergone a full renovation with a gorgeous grey oak floor and a chef’s kitchen.  The dining room has a beautiful river view from every angle.  This condo is made for gracious entertaining, starting with the long mirrored foyer.

The building has first class amenities throughout.  The gym is large and overlooks the lawn and the river.  It has adjoining changing rooms with saunas.  It’s a short walk to the beautiful heated pool area and the historic Maxwelton House which has four guest suites and the building’s management office. It has a beautiful ballroom complete with the original pipe organ.  It serves as a party venue for the residents at Edgecliff Point.

 

 

Edgecliff Point Condominiums
Port Cochere at Edgecliff Point
Gracious long foyer
Dining room has panoramic views
Kitchen renovated in 2017
Kitchen island
kitchen seating nook
Double Stoves in the kitchen
Panoramic View from Living Room
Living Room and Study
Edgecliff Point Lobby
Master bath oversized shower with bench
Master Bath with double vanity and jacuzzi tub
River View from Balcony
Large Master Bedroom with river view

If you are looking for a river view condo in Cincinnati, you simply cannot do better than Edgecliff Point.  Call Maria Walley today for a tour of this gorgeous condo or to find out about available condos in this building. 513-235-3996, or if you prefer  email

River View Condo- Edgecliff Private Residences #903

 

This condo is being offered at $294,900.  Call Maria Walley for a showing today. 513-235-3996 mwalley@comey.com

More information about the listing.

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 at the Meridian #701

Looking Back: What 2017 Showed Us About Buying a Home in Cincinnati and US Real Estate Market Trends

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It is no secret that 2017 was a year of tumultuous political and economic change for the US, both on a local and national level, changes that had a direct influence on the US Real Estate Market.

At the beginning of 2017, Forbes predicted the following for the United States housing market:

  1. Prices will continue to rise, albeit more slowly than in recent years.

  2. Affordability will worsen, particularly in cities like Seattle, WA and Austin, TX, which continue to see huge amounts of real estate and job market development.

  3. More Millennials will become homeowners.

Now that we are a few weeks into 2018, here at the Cincinnati Condo Connection we decided to do a little research to determine how those predictions played out on both a national and local level.

According to an article published by Trulia in October of 2017, demand for homes across US markets has continued to rise. In fact, the share of inventory sold in the US surpassed its peak for the first time since the recession of 2008. Unfortunately, that increase has done little for the affordability of homes on the market. A recent study by Realtor.com shows that the median list price for a home in the US in December of 2017 was $270,000, 8% higher than the median price in December of 2016. However, earlier in 2017, the median list price was at $275,000. These numbers show that Forbes’s prediction was correct, and that, while prices are still higher than they were in 2016, they are rising more slowly than in past years.

Numbers here in Cincinnati show a similar pattern. However, Cincinnati condo and home prices are actually rising more sharply than the national average.

According to a report released by the MLS of greater Cincinnati in November 2017, the median sales price for a home in Cincinnati was roughly $170,00 0up about 10.41 percent from November 2016’s estimated $150,000.

Although most 2017 pricing reports are still being collated, research by CoreLogic from April 2017 shows that home values were indeed increasing across the United States, rising by 6.9 percent as compared to April 2016. However, it is worth mentioning that these numbers can vary vastly by market. According to 2017 data from the Federal Housing Finance Agency, Cincinnati trends show a home value gain of 6.5 percent over the last 10 years. While, in more quickly growing areas such as Austin, Texas home values have grown 65.8 percent over the last 10 years.

So the final question remains, did more Millennials actually buy homes in 2017? According to the 2017 Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends Report, the answer is yes. In fact, buyers 36 years of age and younger made up the largest share of homebuyers in 2017. However, that overall number is down 1 percent from 2016’s 35 percent. Are you a millennial interested in buying a home in Cincinnati this year? Research shows that an investment in “The Queen City” will be a smart one in 2018 given that Cincinnati was named one of Trulia’s top 10 best markets for Millennials who want to buy a home in 2017. The report evaluated housing market viability for Millennials based on the following criteria: job growth, vacancy rates, starter-home availability, online listing searches, and the percentage of people in the vicinity under age 35.

Overall, research from multiple sources shows that the housing market is finally beginning to even out, even in the nation’s most popular and expensive markets, and that the outlook for home values, prices, and inventory in 2018 is a relatively positive one.