The New York Times
' popular "What You Get" real estate feature turns its attention to suburban Cincinnati, choosing a five-bedroom home in Indian Hill as an example of what you can buy for $900,000 these days and comparing it to a condo in Boston's Back Bay and an 1851 home near Annapolis, Md.
The 6,461 sq. ft. home in Indian Hill is the least expensive by far in terms of cost per square foot as compared to the 2,560 sf home in Maryland and the 869 sf condo in Boston. Indian Hill property taxes, however, are twice as high as those in Maryland and Boston, though the monthly condo fees make up the difference in Boston.
Casey Coston did a riff on the "What You Get" feature in a Soapbox column last year
about how much home you can get across Cincinnati for different price points.
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