Neighborhood# SoldActive ListingsAvg. ListAvg. Sale**DOM
Amberly Village412541,941560,750134
Blue Ash1841448,797294,99849
Columbia Tusculum617512,100562,55063
Crestview Hills412311,233209,50026
Deerfield Twp32101529,126418,31451
Deer Park87142,871146,85931
East End011594,241n/an/a
Fort Mitchell615449,480288,41619
Fort Thomas948285,326302,50026
Fort Wright1012253,357198,67639
Hyde Park2251680,529572,08367
Indian Hill9421,843,0401,180,19996
Kennedy Heights101293,592141,94030
Lakeside Park16430,966600,000264
Liberty Township37134424,071321,24233
Madison Place12267,200182,00076
Mt. Adams424838,579332,00028
Mt. Auburn314306,470211,66751
Mt. Lookout1225656,392459,75068
Mt. Washington1122166,891158,47347
Park Hills37310,657254,13352
Pierce Township1523324,278282,38754
Pleasant Ridge97149,796223,89425
South Lebanon430437,306226,97525
Sycamore Twshp.1725448,153181,77435
Symmes Twshp.1335568,803291,73850
Terrace Park012623,650n/an/a
Villa Hills715344,566335,272129
Walnut Hills1128372,305237,36463
West Chester70102359,857232,64640
Western Hills3072241,394148,94235

Neighborhoods with the HIGHEST % of Sales to Active Listings

(Only neighborhoods at least 15 combined actives & solds are included.)

  1. Pleasant Ridge — 129% (9 sold, 7 active)
  2. Clifton — 100% (24 sold, 24 active)
  3. Oakley — 93% (13 sold, 14 active)

Neighborhoods with the LOWEST % of Sales to Active Listings

(Only neighborhoods at least 15 combined actives & solds are included.)

  1. Mariemont — 13% (3 sold, 24 active)
  2. South Lebanon — 13% (4 sold, 30 active)
  3. Mt. Adams — 17% (4 sold, 24 active_

• Info compiled from the Greater Cincinnati Multiple Listing Service (MLS).
• Figures include single family & condo sales for December 1 to 31, 2017.
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Photographer Keith Allen beautifully captures star trails in the night sky at the Cincinnati Observatory in Mt. Lookout.

Robinson Sotheby’s International Realty … January eNewsletter


University of Cincinnati Bearcat Home Games. (Played at Northern Kentucky University’s BB&T arena)

  • Jan 20: ECU Pirates
  • Jan 24: Temple Owls
  • Jan 31: University of Houston Cougars
  • Feb 6: UCF Knights
  • Feb 18: Witchita State Shocker

Xavier University Musketeers Home Games. (Played at Northern Kentucky University’s BB&T arena)

  • Jan 24: Marquette Golden Eagles
  • Feb 3: Georgetown Hoyas
  • Feb 14: Seton Hall Pirates
  • Feb 17: Villanova Wildcats

Cincinnati Cyclones Schedule

Events of Interest


We have such a great team here at Robinson Sotheby’s International Realty and we have such a great time together – especially at annual our Christmas party! We gather for some wine, exchange gifts, and just enjoy each other’s company. Wish we had a group photo, but here are five who were photographed as the party came to an end. From left to right; Amy Ackley, Clint Copenhaver, Stacy Gendelman, Cindy Wiley, Michael DeFallco.

A Magnificent and Rare Hanging Head “Dragonfly” Floor Lamp by Tiffany Studios.

Given Cincinnati’s own significant role in the decorative arts movement, Robinson Sotheby’s International Realty is excited to announce an incredible auction from our friends at Sotheby’s featuring some of Tiffany’s most renowned creations. Thoughtfully curated over two decades, the extraordinary Tiffany collection of William A. Richardson is that of a true connoisseur. Demonstrating an encyclopedic range of the glass studio’s production, the collection showcases Tiffany’s most iconic designs, from lush florals to luminous geometrics. Sotheby’s is honored to present a dedicated auction of this remarkable collection on December 13th. Among the many highlights are a breathtaking Hanging Head ‘Dragonfly’ Floor Lamp and an ‘Elaborate Peony’ Table Lamp as well as rare examples of the firm’s mosaics, fancy goods, and lead-glass windows. For a dazzling preview of these Tiffany treasures, please click here.

12th and Vine Streets in Over-the-Rhine, photo courtesy Wholetone

Cincinnati has undergone an amazingly noteworthy transformation during the last several years. The revitalization of downtown’s Fountain Square, the redevelopment of Over-the Rhine, and the expansive new riverfront park are all successes that have put Cincinnati in the national spotlight and garnered well-deserved attention. Therefore, it came as no surprise to us at Robinson Sotheby’s International Real Estate that our hometown earned the top spot on Jetsetter’s list of hip cities. “7 U.S. Cities That Are Hipper Than You Think” author, Siobhan Reid, heralds Cincinnati’s splendid mix of Old World charm and contemporary cultural delights. Read more about it here and see what other cities made the list!

photo courtesy Susan Glaser, The Plain Dealer

Historic Lebanon, Ohio, with its authentic charm of a bygone era, is a lovely place to visit anytime of the year. During the holiday season, however, downtown is magically transformed into a picturesque Victorian Christmas village with a storybook feel. The whole town appears to be under a wondrous glow from the elaborate decorations and sparkling lights that adorn the streets and merchants’ shops. It’s no wonder that Charles Dickens himself was drawn to this quaint locale during his travels to America.

To make the holidays even more grand, Lebanon will be hosting its annual Horse-Drawn Carriage Parade on Saturday, December 2nd. Hosted by the Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce, the parade has gained tremendous popularity in recent years. With more than 100 horse-drawn carriages, decorated with sleigh bells and other holiday finery, few events herald the holiday season with greater regality. Early birds line the streets for an afternoon parade that begins at 1:00 pm, while those who attend the evening procession, at 7:00 pm, are treated to a candlelit spectacle.

In addition to the parade, other festivities include gift and food vendors stationed along E. Mulberry Street; shopping in downtown Historic Lebanon with extended business hours for its 80-plus antique and specialty stores; Christmas carolers, carriage rides; visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus; musical entertainment, and train rides to the North Pole on the North Pole Express with LM&M Railroad. This is a free family event that all of us at Robinson Sotheby’s International Realty know you will not want to miss!

Did you see these posts in the Business Courier? The post at left was published November 17. The post at right was published November 24. The remarkable home on State Route 136 is listed by Connie Greene 513-265-7819. The stunning condominium #1206 in The Ascent is listed by Lee Robinson, 513-842-2225.

Connie Greene has a truly incredible home available in the New Richmond area overlooking the Ohio River Valley. This is a home for a discerning buyer with an appreciation for exquisite construction. Click image to view a video. Click here to see this home on our website.

Have you seen our recent presence in the Business Courier? Here are a couple of property ad placements.

The ad at left is a promotion of the gorgeous home in Wilder, Kentucky. This 7,000 square feet luxury home is situated on just under 5 acres and backs up to acres and acres of wooded terrain. The Cincinnati skyline is visible and in fact, it’s only minutes to downtown.

The property at right is promoting our listing in Edgecliff Point. This luxury condominium is ideal for entertaining and comes with mesmerizing panoramic views of the Ohio River valley and the Cincinnati skyline.

Queens View Edgecliff Point

Cincinnati Business Courier ad Placements

Link to: 10 Queens View Lane … or … Edgecliff Point #1032

You may also contact Britt Langman for information on Queens View Lane: 859-308-5401. For information on Edgecliff Point, contact Lee Robinson at 513-842-2222.

According to the calendar, a few weeks of fall remain before the winter officially begins on December 21st. But with so many dazzling holiday displays and shows, it’s easy to get swept away to a winter wonderland. With the days getting shorter and our evenings getting darker, these brilliant displays are sure to brighten up the season.

PNC Festival of Lights at the Cincinnati Zoo

No holiday season is complete without taking a spectacular stroll through the Cincinnati Zoo’s Festival of Lights. With over 3 million LED lights and a Candy Cane Forest, Fairyland and Frozen, this is the ultimate family holiday adventure. Don’t forget to visit Mrs. Claus and the reindeer. November 18, 2017 – January 1, 2018.

Holiday Lights on the Hill at Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum

For those who prefer the comfort of their own vehicles and have an appreciation for art, Holiday Lights on the Hill at Pyramid Hill in Hamilton, OH is a must. Pyramid Hill is one of few sculpture parks in the United States and provides a gorgeous, natural setting for a holiday light show. The 2-mile round-trip drive is brightly illuminated with a million colorful lights.  November 17 – December 31.