Custom homes for your furry friends at Homearama 2021


This year’s Homearama in Anderson Township will feature the usual lineup of million dollar homes – as well as luxury lodgings for pampered pets.

Four custom-built dog kennels with outdoor decks, retractable bowl racks and spacious bedrooms, among other amenities, will be on display throughout the show, which opens Saturday in the Parkside Estates development in Anderson Township in 8010 Parkside Lake Drive.

One of the custom built dog kennels up for auction at Homearama 2021 in Anderson Township

The lavish dog kennels were built by construction students at Scarlet Oaks Business School in Sharonville and will be on auction until the Home Show ends on October 4th..

Deals on stylish homes for your furry friends can be placed at

“The niches came together with the help of local sponsors, hardware vendors and students,” said Dan Dressman, executive director of the Cincinnati Home Builders Association (CHBA). “We love that the next generation of construction professionals are involved with Homearama in this meaningful way. “

Mature and high school students under construction of Great Oaks Career Campus in Sharonville with one of the luxury doghouses under construction for Homearama 2021

The niches were finished and furnished by several companies who acted as design partners and customized the niches to match their theme.

Design partners included the MoonDoggie LIVERee kayak rental service; Dead Low Brewing and Anderson Art Collective.

The 58th Annual Homearama will feature five show homes starting at around $ 1 million.

Four of the five show homes were pre-sold at prices just over $ 1.3 million, according to the CHBA.

Homearama is recovering from COVID-19

The entire Parkside Estates development includes 48 homes in a secluded area just off I-275 East, near the Coldstream Country Club, Coney Island and the Eastgate Mall.

Builders attending the 2021 show include Sterling Homes, Wieland Builders, Redknot Homes and Zicka Homes.

If you are going to

The hours of operation for the Homearama show are 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Thursday and noon to 9 p.m. Friday to Saturday.

Tickets are available for $ 19 each at the door.

Discounted tickets are available online at or on the Cincinnati Homearama app for $ 18 each.

A special two-day ticket will be available for $ 29 at the door only. Children 12 and under are admitted free if accompanied by an adult.


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