Here is another video that shows exactly how exquisite this home truly is. Ideally located atop Columbia-Tusculum at 3761 Vineyard Place and between two great parks; Alms Park and Ault Park. This home is co-listed by Lee Robinson and Perrin March. Click image to watch video.
Exquisite Amberley Village home. Represented by Perrin March.
Walk to Eden Park from any of these Fine Homes
After reading our recent blog post about Krohn Consesrvatory and Eden Park, one of our clients inquired about other properties we are offering that are within walking distance to beautiful Eden Park. Mt. Adams is just up the hill from Eden Park and many of its streets border the park. So we compiled a list of our Mt. Adams listings along with the two St. James condominiums from the previous post. Plus, we feel we would be amiss if we did not include a stunning condominium located in Edgecliff Point, located near the east side of the park.
Creekside Pointe, a Maintenance Free Lifestyle
Have you heard about Creekside Pointe, the Maintenance Free Living community in Blue Ash? Homeowners of this community never have to worry about keeping up with exterior house chores ever again. You will have the peace of mind knowing a professionally managed association is caring for your home year-round, including landscaping, yard work, and snow removal. Built by Cedar Hill Custom Homes, in your choice of two styles of Ranch homes, Ranch Duplex homes, or Townhomes. All are nestled into a tranquil green space. This maintenance free community is walking distance to Summit Park, 3/4 car garage options available! Creekside Point For info, contact Sean Chmura: 513.253.1815
CLICK ON IMAGE FOR VIDEO of CREEKSIDE POINTE! …. (Creekside Pointe website here)
Fall is a Splendid Time to Visit Krohn Conservatory
The Krohn Conservatory, a crown jewel of Eden Park, has been a beloved Cincinnati institution since its opening in 1933. While the monumental glass and aluminum structure is certainly impressive from the outside, it’s what’s inside that you really must see to believe. You’d have to travel far from Cincinnati to visit a rainforest with a waterfall or a cactus-filled desert. Just step inside the Krohn Conservatory and you can explore both! With over 3,500 plant species from around the world, it’s no surprise that Krohn Conservatory’s collection is nationally recognized.
Krohn changes throughout the year with special exhibits and programs, including the ever-popular Butterfly Show, where thousands of butterflies are free to fly throughout the show room in a specially-themed garden. The Butterfly Show takes place in the spring and summer months. However, fall is truly one of the best times of the year to visit and take advantage of smaller crowds and pleasant weather.
Currently on display at Krohn Conservatory is the annual fall show. This show, “Grass Roots: Art of Nature” features cheerful marigolds, striking cannas, vibrant impatiens, and rich asters saturated in gorgeous fall colors. Walk the Fibonacci labyrinth and admire the radiant array of chrysanthemums, as painted by Monet. Stroll by the cypress trees of Van Gogh, the roses of Dali, as well as the amazing botanical architecture made by the local company, Applied Imagination. This exhibit beautifully illustrates how these artists’ eclectic styles are united by the influence of nature. The show runs through October 29.
If the weather is cooperative, take advantage of the many walking paths that crisscross Eden Park. For unparalleled views of the river, you cannot miss Eden Park’s scenic overlooks. A short distance from Krohn Conservatory is the overlook at Twin Lakes, located just east of the conservatory on Eden Park Drive. Up the hill on Cliff Drive is the Spencer Overlook. If you’ve always dreamed of owning your own home with similarly spectacular views, we are currently offering two luxury condominiums at St. James in the Park, located at 2121 Alpine Place. For more information, please click on this link.
“The fragrance always stays in the hand that gives the rose.”
– George William Curtis
October is prime time for planting trees and shrubs. Even planting into November works well. Unfortunately, end of season inventory means there’s less selection. One of our clients gave us the skinny on how she planned to revamp the landscaping for the home she just purchased. She called it ‘fragrance landscaping’. She graciously offered to share some of the plants on her list, which we found quite enlightening.
For trees, two were favorites; Yellowwood (Cladrastis Kentukea) and the Chaste tree – (Vitex agnus-castus). The Chaste tree is more common in the southern zones but is being successfully planted in southern areas of zone 5 with some occasional winter dieback. The Yellowwood produces showy, sweet-smelling white-yellow flowers that mature into long, slender pods. It is called “yellowwood” because it produces a yellow dye that imparts a yellow cast to the heartwood. Interestingly, the largest known specimen in the world, (by diameter) is at Spring Grove Cemetery, measuring over 72 feet tall and with a trunk diameter of over 7 feet. The Chaste tree is prized for its delicate-textured aromatic foliage and butterfly attracting spikes of lavender flowers in late summer in cooler climates. Other trees for fragrance include Dogwood, Magnolia, Golden Locust, Sourwood, and Fringe tree.
There are more fragrant shrubs that you can shake a stick at, but short list would include:
- Bluebeard, Caryopteris
- Carolina Allspice, Calycanthus floridus
- Summersweet, Clethra
- Cherry Laurel, Prunus caroliniana
- Lavender, Lavandula stoechas
- Lilac, Syringa congo
- Fragrant Honeysuckle, Lonicera fragrantissima
- Rosa Rugosa, Hamanasu
- Russian Sage, Perovskia atriplicifolia
- Korean Spice Viburnum, Viburnum carlesii
In addition to the lovely aroma produced by these fragrant flowers, there is another wonderful benefit to fragrance landscaping. Many of the plants recommended here will also attract native pollinators to your yard. Habitat loss, pesticide, disease, and invasive species are all contributing factors for their recent decline. Providing a natural food source will help support the recovery of our friendly pollinators.
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