October 20, 2018 from 1 PM – 5 PM

Step Inside 9 Unique & Beautiful Homes in One of Cincinnati’s Most Popular Neighborhoods!

The homes featured in this year’s tour are centrally located in Pleasant Ridge to ensure walkability. Homes are located east of Ridge Road, west of Grand Vista Avenue and north of Woodford Road– within walking distance of the Pleasant Ridge business district.

This “walking” tour will cover approximately 2 flat miles and feature distinctly unique homes of various sizes, styles and decor, from Georgian to Tudor, stately to small, modernized and traditional. This year’s homes include a craftsman bungalow recently featured on Houzz.com, a quirky “tiny” home completely personalized by its artist owner, striking outdoor gardens, and massive home renovations completed in the last year that completely revitalized three neglected (roughly) 100-year-old houses that were on the brink of crumbling.

Tickets

$20 per ticket (purchased at St. Peter’s United Church, 6120 Ridge Road, Cincinnati, OH 45213 on Oct. 20 from 12:30 PM – 3 PM)

Kids 12 and under are free

No refunds–The tour will take place rain or shine

If you purchased tickets online in advance, you will simply need to show up at the starting location (St. Peter’s United Church) on Oct. 20 from 12:30 PM – 3 PM to pick up your map, which doubles as your ticket.

Where can I park?

Parking will be available at St. Peter’s United Church (6120 Ridge Rd.) and at the public parking lots around Pleasant Ridge.

 

 

The tour is located in residential districts with limited on-street parking. We encourage walking, biking and, if necessary, carpooling. You can use on-street parking at each of the home locations, but availability may be limited.

How does the tour work?

Pick up or purchase your tickets at St. Peter’s the day of the tour (Oct. 20) anytime between 12:30 PM to 3 PM. You’ll receive your tour map with all the home locations and details there.

This is a self-guided tour. You can visit each home in any order that you wish between the hours of 1 PM and 5 PM. Simply show your ticket (map) at the front door for access. Ticket holders can enter a each tour home just once during the course of the day.

What else can I do in Pleasant Ridge while on the tour?

The Pleasant Ridge Business District has many great food and drink establishments, including a craft cocktail lounge, brewery and several fantastic restaurants.  You can enjoy everything from tacos to burgers, rotisserie chicken or discover a new cheeses with a glass of wine.

What does the tour benefit?  

The Pleasant Ridge Tour of Homes is brought to you by the Pleasant Ridge Community Council (PRCC), which funds projects throughout the Pleasant Ridge neighborhood including increased safety, beautification and walkability projects. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the PRCC.

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