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737 Kerr St

Paula Berry and her two Norwich terriers Casey and Trek Paula’s husband purchased the home, built around 1888 as two units, in the late 1970’s after it had been damaged by a fire, and he rebuilt it into rental units. Paula had been living in a 2600 sq. ft. house at Buckeye Lake and decided [...]

228 W Second Avenue

The owners moved to Columbus from New York City in 2011 and settled in a loft apartment in Italian Village. They began to look for lots in and around the Short North, and met Bob and Michael Mahaney of M&M Developing. More than  a year later, in the summer of 2013, they reconnected with Bob [...]

982 Summit Street

Rich and Karen Richardson lived in Dublin, Ohio, for many years. After their youngest son left for college, the empty nesters decided to move into their new home for a taste of the urban life. The home is one of six sister sites, positioned “soldier style,” with an exterior color palette of graduating gray tones. [...]

576 W Second Avenue

The property was originally built in 1967 not as a home, but as a body shop. It most recently served as a kitchen showroom before it was converted in January 2016 to a 2200 sq. ft. residential property with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and 14 ft. ceilings, as well as a 500 sq. ft. accessory [...]

323 W Seventh Avenue

Justin and Corey have lived in the Short North for over a decade. They desired a larger, more Victorian style home with modern amenities; when they saw this house, which had been previously renovated, they fell in love with it. The house had been, like so many other large homes in the neighborhood, converted to [...]

1243 Neil Avenue

Bob Dean and Paul Hixon have lived in the classic Victorian home for more than two years. The house is 3,500 square feet and features three bedrooms, with an additional master suite on the third floor if desired. There are four full bathrooms, one with a Jacuzzi, three working fireplaces on the first floor and [...]

328 W Sixth Avenue

Bill Brownson and Myron Phillips purchased their home, built in the mid-1890's, in 1996. Although a renovation and mechanical updates had been done in the late 1970’s and early 1980's, Bill and Myron retained Urban Order in 2000 to design a major renovation that included new bathrooms, a kitchen addition and the finishing of the [...]