The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 20, 1991 · Page 78
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 78

Cincinnati, Ohio
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Sunday, October 20, 1991
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Sunday, October 20, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER HomeH-3 Home tour Certificate of Quality Inspection r i r r1 ii 1 00000000 I HOME NO cqff 6cTION SUPff ISOB MAR 10, 1991 JLXta: IRVING SCHf TTENSTEIN, PfWSIDENT DATE 11 SCHOTlfrlSTEIN HOMES, INC. illfi :I nil i I fl Wkm vms i This house on Langland Avenue is included in Sunday's tour of Northside homes. What: Northside Renovator's Fair and House Tour. When: 1-5 p.m. today. Where: Ten Victorian mansions and bungalows will be on display along Pullan, Langland, Donaldson, Maight, Bruce, Hamilton, Brookside and Chase streets. Four historic churches are included in the tour. Benefits: Proceeds from the tour will go to the Northside Community Council, a non-profit group that promotes the neighborhood. Admission: $5 a person. Tickets are available at McKie Recreational Center, 1655 Chase Ave, during the Renovator's Fair, which will be from noon to 4 p.m. today. able, structural warranty, we'll make sure you're satisfied. Because we want your home to be a Showcase Home. Ask about our "Worry Free Mortgage Plan. " When your Showcase Home is complet- it in writing - right on your home! Right ed, it will be thoroughly inspected by our there, on a plaque permanently attached to construction supervisor. We're so certain that your home, signed by the supervisor and our everything will be right, we do something no president, Irving Schottenstein. other builder in the country can do: we put And with our exclusive 20-year transfer- A Firebacks aid efficient heating .? ! lit.. Tl led II nh- Sun.-Thurs.12-7pm, Sat. 12-5 pm, closed Friday. Office: 530-9799 Broker Co-op Appreciated. If 7 I 'kn ft'-; c 1 Z-W. li rwwv,'Mm:iaTiw:-'vw'-"f4i'8 means that homeowners have more fireplace materials to choose from. "The fireback allows people to line their firebox with something besides common yellow refractory brick," says Don Stoughton, president of The Country Iron Foundry in Paoli, Pa. "Whereas materials such as white plaster would normally crack from the heat exposure, homeowners can choose it to beautify their fireplace when used with a fireback." Offered in antique replicas as well as modern-day designs, firebacks feature everything from coats of arms to wildlife motifs. A fireback typically weighs between 30 and 65 pounds and costs from $135 to $275. Before buying a fireback, measure the height and width of the interior wall of the fireplace to assure proper fit. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS With the help of an iron fire-back, people keep their home's fire burning warmer and safer, Better Homes and Gardens Decorating magazine reports. "These cast-iron plates were commonly used in colonial times and throughout Europe yet today to shield rear fireplace walls from intense heat," Gerald Crowe, part owner of Pennsylvania Firebacks, says. From a practical point of view, firebacks contribute to the heating efficiency and maintenance of the fireplace. In addition to protecting the fireplace's rear wall from damaging heat erosion, firebacks also serve as a heat radiator by reflecting a portion of the heat usually lost back into the living area. From an aesthetic point of view, the protective aspect of firebacks Ivanhoe HI Ml Homes model locations: 7. Woodficld 8. Saratoga Farms $. lakeside 10. Claiborne From $117,000. From the 80 s. From the (130 s. From the (120 s. 860-3207 860-3207 459-7435 683-9429 11. Meadows of Milford 12JHcGuffey lane 13-Bristol lake 14. Park Place From Ihe JIM'S. From(80,000. From the (UO's. From the (130 s. 576-1107 752-0974 752-0974 530-9897 Showcase Homes model locations: 1. Sanctuary 2. Retreat 3. Eagle Ridff South in Beckett Ridge in Beckett Ridge in Beckett Ridge From the $180's. From the SIdO's. From the $ 150 s. 860-5117 860-5117 860-2230 4. Cypress Point 5.Glen of Claiborne 6.Chatham Hoods in Loveland in loveland in Loveland From the $l60's. From the $180's. From the 190's. 677-1071 677-1071 677-1071 A DIVISION OF MI SCHOTTLNSTELN HOMES, INC. COaiWBL'SCINCINNXn, OH INDIANAPOLIS, IN RALEIGH, NC ORLANDOPALM BEACH COUNTY, ft tt Prestigious Homes From The $137's. Near Landen On Golumbia Rd. If you've ever dreamt of living peacefully in a refined, country atmosphere, come see Ryland's new community in Lakeview Estates. Set along a beautiful, 2-acre lake, this magnificent community has it all - fine Kings schools, easy access to 1-71 and 1-275, and homes with all the comforts that help define Ryland value. Amenities like breathtaking two-story foyers, recessed ceilings in both the dining room and master bedroom, and parquet entries. So visit Lakeview Estates today and take a leisurely drive down our winding streetscapes. Tour our fantastic wooded homesites while the selection is at its best Don't forget that Ryland Mortgage Company offers below-market financing. And we pay all closing costs! Take 1-71 North to Fields-ErtelMason Montgomery exit Turn right on Mason Montgomery Rd., left on Montgomery Rd., right on Columbia Rd., (At Twenty Mile House) thenrightonShady Lake Dr. to model. 677-2727. Division Office 677-2400 WestChester 1. Tyler's Ridge $120's 777-2806 2. Barret Manor South $100's 777-2806 DeerfieldTwp. . 3. Chestnut Oaks $90's 459-8487 4. Winding Creek $120's - 459-9050 Lflndcn Aiba 5. Lakeview Estates $130's. Grand Opening! 677-2727 6. Columbia Trails $120's 677-2727 7. Village of Columbia Trails $ 100's 677-2727 Loveland 8. FoxChase$120's 683-3737 MtCarmel 9. Ashty Meadows $80's 528-6797 Ml Washington 10. Trailwood 11 $120's 232-3583 Colerain 11. Autumn Meadows $90's 851-1990 Harrison 12. Country View $90's 851-1990 Call for appointment. Hours: Sun. through Thure. 12 nm to 7 pm, Sat. U am to 5 pm. Brokers Invited. Homes Available for Immediate Occupancy. L: I J 1 IFflPI. J 7 s ; r ! i P i v v - - p, : U j Jin uj ui i ni n rj ft , , , fir..ww,w-ywff.tork vC. 4S,-...-"'- ' ,.., vsf . . . . . v JTl . M v " . . . ' ' " I . r, - 'r -t , Zt The Woodruff, v.,11 1 .r...a v J RYLAND HOMES Built For Life. todThe Right Move. an- pledged to the letter and spirit of U.S. Micy lor the achievement of Equal Housing Opportunity in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, ex, or national origin" .j.

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