Home-A-Rama comes to the city of Cincinnati for first time ever

For the first time ever, Homearama is taking place inside the city of Cincinnati.Home builders are showing off their best work in the East End, at the new Walworth Junction development.“And that’s 57 years going strong and we couldn’t be more excited to have it in the city,” said Brad Olinger, Owner of Sterling Homes.The homes may not look as big as some home shows before from the outside, but inside is a different story.The design team built up, so you’ll get to tour four floors with open floor plans for each. A unique feature of all the homes is a top floor balcony. It extends well into the back yard. In fact you can see the view of the river, the rolling hills of Kentucky and the skyline of Cincinnati.Home-A-Rama is more about design ideas than about trying to sell the houses.After all, prices range from $1.2 to $1.6 million.”So there will be 39 homes. Here we have six out of seven homes showed and sold. And that’s the first time in history as well, so we could not be more excited to be hosting the show as well this weekend,” said Olinger.And the show will be the only one of it’s kind this year because of the pandemic, so they are making sure to take extra precautions.”We are going to be practicing social distancing. We are going to have very strict guidelines. People are going to be required to wear a mask. Hand-washing stations will be all over the streets, and we just want to make sure that when people come here they have an enjoyable but also a safe experience here,” said Dan Dressman, Executive Director of Homebuilders of Greater Cincinnati.So whether you’re in the market for a high-end home or just looking for ideas you can try for yourself, Home-A-Rama is open for business.Home-A-Rama begins on Saturday, Oct. 10 and goes until the Oct. 25.

For the first time ever, Homearama is taking place inside the city of Cincinnati.

Home builders are showing off their best work in the East End, at the new Walworth Junction development.

“And that’s 57 years going strong and we couldn’t be more excited to have it in the city,” said Brad Olinger, Owner of Sterling Homes.

The homes may not look as big as some home shows before from the outside, but inside is a different story.

The design team built up, so you’ll get to tour four floors with open floor plans for each.

A unique feature of all the homes is a top floor balcony. It extends well into the back yard. In fact you can see the view of the river, the rolling hills of Kentucky and the skyline of Cincinnati.

Home-A-Rama is more about design ideas than about trying to sell the houses.

After all, prices range from $1.2 to $1.6 million.

“So there will be 39 homes. Here we have six out of seven homes showed and sold. And that’s the first time in history as well, so we could not be more excited to be hosting the show as well this weekend,” said Olinger.

And the show will be the only one of it’s kind this year because of the pandemic, so they are making sure to take extra precautions.

“We are going to be practicing social distancing. We are going to have very strict guidelines. People are going to be required to wear a mask. Hand-washing stations will be all over the streets, and we just want to make sure that when people come here they have an enjoyable but also a safe experience here,” said Dan Dressman, Executive Director of Homebuilders of Greater Cincinnati.

So whether you’re in the market for a high-end home or just looking for ideas you can try for yourself, Home-A-Rama is open for business.

Home-A-Rama begins on Saturday, Oct. 10 and goes until the Oct. 25.