Where can I find Victorian homes in Cincinnati?

Are they fixer uppers or are they move in ready?
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mariawalley May 21, 2017
Walnut Hills, East Walnut HIlls, Hyde Park, Mt. Lookout, Mt. Adams, Northside and Columbia Tusculum. Our city has quite a lot of them.
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Natilady 2yrs+
You can find Victorian homes in many neighborhoods close to the city. Columbia Tusculum is one of the areas where the homes have been refurbished over the past few decades. Walnut Hills, Dayton Street in the West End, Westwood and many other areas have Victorian homes that have been or will be upgraded in a similar fashion. This link has a map detailing Victorian and other styles of vintage architecture in Cincinnati: http://cincinnatihistorichomes.com/
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Lois Brenner 2yrs+
Most unusual ones are found in the Columbia Tusculum area of Cincinnati. Most of them are in fine condition.
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