In Ludlow, they say things in their town are “chill”. The pretty streets curve with the river and charming homes and businesses offer opportunities to enjoy this friendly town, while being only minutes away from downtown Cincinnati. A growing group of creative people are contributing their art, music and style (along with hand-crafted beer) to the eclectic feel of this family-friendly community. Come explore Ludlow with us!
This quick video will give you a little preview of one of our great Ludlow properties:
Please scroll down to see the Ludlow properties featured on the tour.
REGISTRATION AREA: Start your tour at one of our two registration areas: Trotta’s Steak and Seafood in Dayton or Wynner’s Cup in Ludlow. Wynner’s Cup Café is a popular restaurant and gathering space in downtown Ludlow. They offer breakfast, lunch and early dinner options, as well as a full espresso bar, smoothies and milkshakes. Local … Continue reading REGISTRATION AREA: Wynner’s Cup Cafe’, 301 Elm Street
The unexpectedly stylish interior of this tucked-away home, with its fabulous lighting, quirky details and Dorothy Draper-inspired prep kitchen and powder room, will delight you. Keep a sharp eye and you may spot the hidden door, the square nails on a floor joist-turned shelf and the coins from foreign lands that fill holes in the … Continue reading 223 Elm Street
Being brought back to life by the Ludlow Historic Society, this 133-year-old row house had been suffering from an ugly front addition, which had been built as an ice cream stand in the 1960’s. Now freed of this eyesore, new historically-accurate exterior trim, wrought iron fence and front door help this home blend beautifully with … Continue reading 232 Elm Street
The new owner of this home is taking full advantage of the flexibility offered by the double lot. He has a guest cottage at the rear and a matching 1-1/2 story shed that could be turned into additional guest accommodations. The house itself was built in the early 1900’s for a physician and his family. … Continue reading 317 Elm Street
After buying this 1920’s house, the owners lived in an Airstream trailer in the driveway for a year while doing the bulk of the renovations themselves. All the mechanicals are new, several walls have been moved and the staircases rerouted, but they kept many of the home’s original details like stained glass windows and flooring. … Continue reading 430 Elm Street
This charming 1958 home, located across the street from Ludlow’s lovely park, is much larger than it appears. You enter into a living room, which is accessorized with a wonderful mix of art and objects, including quite a few that subtly reference the owner’s beloved Harry Potter books (see if you can spot these items). … Continue reading 529 Elm Street