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Luxurious urban farmhouse in Ohio offers delightful entertaining spaces

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Justin Doyle Homes is responsible for the design of this luxurious urban farmhouse, an entertainer’s delight both indoors and out, located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The main level encompasses an open plan layout centered around cathedral ceilings within the great room. There is also a gorgeous chef’s kitchen and a covered terrace. On the lower-level you will find a sunken home theater, wine cellar and plenty of space to host overnight guests.

This home boasts the perfect mix of cozy, luxury and features clean lines and bold finishes throughout. The exterior facade features hardie board board and batten siding along with beautiful black framed windows from Pella Windows and Doors. The soffit lighting highlights each gable perfectly and shaping the perfect farmhouse.

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Above: The exterior facade is painted in Pure White by Sherwin Williams.

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What We Love: This luxurious urban farmhouse offers its inhabitants gorgeous living space to enjoy with guests, both indoors and out. An inviting exterior facade draws one into this home, where an open layout offers a harmonious flow from one space to the next. We are loving how the screened porch is just off the study, the perfect spot to take a break or relax at the end of your workday.

Tell Us: What are your thoughts on the overall style and design of this home? Are there any details you would change if this was your home? Let us know in the Comments!

Note: Have a look at a couple of our favorite farmhouse tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign: Dreamy farmhouse style home perched on the shoreline of Puget Sound and Urban farmhouse exudes a refreshingly chic style in the Rocky Mountains.

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Above: This kitchen features old world luxury paired with a farmhouse feel. The quartz countertops are by Cambria countertops. Custom features includes the range hood and beams with all natural finishes.

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Above: Stepping inside this luxurious urban farmhouse, the 23-foot cathedral ceilings with custom beams take your breath away. The openness provides the most welcoming space for friends and family.

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Above: The master bedroom suite offers a dreamy oasis. Old world luxury finishes are paired with farmhouse touches to offer a gorgeous atmosphere you may never wish to leave!

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Above: In the marble clad master bathroom, a spa-like oasis awaits. A walk-in shower boasts dimensional tile, paired with marble stacked tile and flooring. The cabinets are painted with a custom glaze.

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Above: This expansive walk-in closet has it all, custom built-ins, crystal drawer handles and a reading nook for lounging.

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Above: Notice the arched ceiling in the fabulous office space? After a long day of work, one can retreat from this room directly onto a screened-in porch area. Additional highlights includes a sliding ladder, custom built-ins and wooden ceiling beams.

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Above: In the girl’s bedroom, draping tiaras create a dreamy environment for young ones!

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Above: In the bathroom, the shower appears like glass panels yet offers the ease of being all glass. The black grid is inlayed into the glass for simple cleaning and a farmhouse aesthetic.

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Above: This little girl’s room feels like a fairytale! On the wall, every stencil has a crystal in between, which is repeated in the crystal chandelier.

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Above: This hallway connects the living area to the master bedroom suite. This space features silver leaf with an acid wash stain, adding dimension to the natural wood finishes.

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Above: In this power bathroom, the backsplash wall features a unique diamond mosaic tile, creating a sense of royalty for every guest.

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Above: Outside, a cathedral covered deck offers plenty of seating space for guests, organized around a fireplace.

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Above: Downstairs you will find a grilling area and a fire pit. The areas to entertain are plentiful.

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Above: The basement encompasses a pool table, sunken home theater, wine cellar and bar and lounge areas to gather with friends and family.

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Above: The countertops used in the Bar area were Dekton Radium.

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Above: In the home gym, floor-to-ceiling mirrors, a ballet bar and free weights. The ceiling fan adds visual interest to the space.

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Above: The guest bedroom is located in the basement level.

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Above: This sun-drenched laundry room features shiplap, open shelving, white quartz countertops.

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Photos: Courtesy of Justin Doyle Homes

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David J Nagle
1 month ago

What a hot mess! Illogical massing, a roof that must have made the poor guys trying frame it insane, and timbers HUNG from the structure versus being structural, and every surface treatment option known, used.