Windbrooke at Carriage TrailsThe Baxley home plan has everything you want and more in a Ranch home! This open design includes three bedrooms plus a den. From the moment you enter this home you will experience the open wide foyer that leads into the spacious great room. The well-appointed kitchen includes all stainless-steel appliances and the dinette adjoins with allowing plenty of natural light to infuse the room. The master bedroom is secluded from the other bedrooms and includes a nice size shower, two sinks and the walk-in closet with ample storage.
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LIFE IN THE QUEEN CITY
Welcome to Ohio! We’re excited for the opportunity to serve as your home builder in Cincinnati. D.R. Horton offers beautiful single-family homes in this area, featuring one-story and two-story homes all constructed with our spacious, open-concept floor plans. At D.R. Horton, we have a home for every stage in life.
Cincinnati is a fast-growing economic power in the Midwest. The Cincinnati metropolitan area reaches into Southeast Indiana and Northern Kentucky, providing access to a wonderful variety of events and activities. Enjoy a day at the Riverfront Parks or a night out in Over-the-Rhine. Whether you’re outdoorsy or a night owl, the Cincinnati area offers a variety of ways to help make your new house a home.
PARKS & RECREATION
Riverfront Parks: Cincinnati has multiple parks along the banks of the Ohio River. Visit the International Friendship Park with its intertwining walkways to guide visitors through gardens of the continents, or take the kids to Sawyer Point for the world-class playground. Finish up at Smale Riverfront Park, where you can ride Carol Ann’s Carousel or play in the splash grounds.
Cincinnati Bell Connector: The streetcar system in Cincinnati services the downtown area, from the Brewery District in the north to The Banks in the south, on a 3.6-mile loop. The Cincinnati Bell Connector makes it easy and convenient to park and travel to a game or your favorite place to eat or shop.
Over-the-Rhine: Play giant Jenga or relax by the fire pits at The Famous Neons Unplugged, test your reflexes at 16-Bit Bar + Arcade, or belt out some karaoke and dance all night at Below Zero Lounge. The trendy neighborhood is locally just called ‘OTR,’ and features a vibrant nightlife.
ARTS & LIFESTYLE
Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal: The historic Union Terminal was rescued from obsolescence and now hosts a variety of museums. Marvel at the intricate, full-motion model of downtown Cincinnati at the Cincinnati History Museum or experiment with interactive science at the Museum of Natural History & Science.
Cincinnati is known for their chili- Skyline Chili, Gold Star Chili, Price Hill Chili and many other chili establishments all serve their variations of chili dishes. Spaghetti topped with chili and shredded cheese is very popular along with Coney Island chili dogs or “Cheese Coneys” as it is known in the greater Cincinnati area.
Cincinnati is home to many large corporations like The Kroger Company, Proctor & Gamble, Fifth Third Bank, GE Aviation, and many others. The Queen City is also known for their growing number of craft breweries like Rhinegeist, Fifty West, MadTree, Rivertown, Braxton Brewing and over 45 more craft breweries to visit.
The Banks is a popular area nestled between Paul Brown Stadium, home of the Cincinnati Bengals, and Great American Ballpark, home of the Cincinnati Reds. The Banks offers an abundance of restaurants like Moerlein Lager House, Holy Grail, Yard House, Ruth’s Chris and many others for sports fans to visit before or after the game. Cincinnati also now has their first professional soccer club- FC Cincinnati. If you are a soccer fan, you will love watching FC Cincinnati play.