Let’s continue our walking tour of North Avondale now and see what other interesting houses we can find–like this pink one with yellow trim, which looked like something out of a fairy tale. (If you missed it, you can see the first part of the tour here.)
This green house stopped us in our tracks:
This house had a For Sale sign in front. It’s on the market for $500,000. It has 6 BR and 3.5 BA.
Here was another house we passed that had a For Sale sign in the yard.
It’s on the market for $515,000:
Well, that was fun. But there are more houses to look at from our day in North Avondale. I still have to show you the big old mansions we got to walk through!
Thanks so much for visiting my site Julia! So glad I found your blog…I love getting the latest dish on other people’s homes!
Was that really green brick on the green house? It looks like the brick on my fireplace…..pretty neat!
What a fun Mother’s Day treat – you lucky girl!!
Jill from foreverandeverhouse.blogspot.com says
Hi! Thanks so much for taking the time to visit my blog and leave a comment! I love YOUR blog!! It is really interesting! I just visited Reese Witherspoon’s house…oh to have that kind of money!! LOL!!! I’ve added you to my RSS Feed! I’ll definately be back!!
Wow. I would have never guessed those houses where in Cinn. I love theone that looks like th father of the bride house. I am wracking my brain to think of other movies.
Melissa @ The Inspired Room says
What a fun tour!!
Loving all the dectecive work!! Lots of beautiful eye candy 😉
Wow those houses for sale seem like a really good deal. Not that I can afford even a 80,000 house right now in the poorest part of town but if I had money I’d be really interested!
Maybe it’s just the market down here, but they are building little ugly townhouses that start in the 300’s here. Hmmm…
So neat…almost even looks like a doll house!
SOLD…I want the last one. I will change the kitchen floor, but other than that I am movin’ in and lovin’ it!! Plus for that price it seems a steal compared to prices here!
Kathy :) says
Those bathrooms are in such great shape, I LOVE old bathrooms…actually i LOVE all bathrooms..when I go to someone’s home it’s the one room I defintiely have to visit before I leave and not for the reason they’re intended lol
Great houses…..love em
Kathy :) says
I do know how to spell definitely…YIKES !!!
I love the first one for sale…it seems so warm. I do love the cabinets in the breakfast room of the second for sale one also.
Home alone had a house like that, I do believe. And Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
This is such a cute little house. I thought it was a dollhouse at first. You have some great pictures here and they’re a pleasure to browse.
I can see by these pictures that we need to move to Cincy! Those gorgeous old homes aren’t priced much higher than what you’d pay for a tiny 1970’s townhome here.
I love ALL of them. The inside of the first house surprised me.
I guess I was expecting a more antique inside, not a modern inside. The inside second the house was really neat inside.
Its set up really different, especially the bathrooms. But,
for some reason, it makes me feel charmed and fascinated.
The Rose Hill house just feels like home when you walk up on that porch. I can tell you that the white bathroom isn’t original but redesigned to appear that way. The kitchen is also a redesign based on the original butler’s pantry cabinet (it’s the replica cabinet with the glass doors) but what a great job they did! Can you believe the house also came with the original blueprints. It was so impressive we bought it. It’s kinda cool to find your home online and hear how much others enjoy seeing it. Thanks Julia!