Homearama 2022 in Loveland

ChimneyRidge in Loveland will be the scenic home of the 59th annual HOMEARAMA® 2022. Every year, HOMEARAMA® builders can’t wait to show off the latest and greatest in custom home building!

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Show Details

The show is scheduled for June 11 – 26, 2022. Hours Monday through Thursday are 4-9 p.m. Hours Friday through Sunday are noon-9 p.m.

Tickets are $20.00 at the gate.  Discount tickets are available online at www.cincyhomearama.com or on the Cincinnati HOMEARAMA® app for $19.00.  A special TWO-DAY ticket will be available for $30.00 at the gate only. Children 12 and under are admitted for free if accompanied by an adult. No tickets sold or admittance to the show after 8 p.m. The ticket price includes on-site parking. Parking is located on a grass field with gravel drive lanes.

The show’s GPS address is 10377 Butterworth Road, Loveland, OH 45140.

Click here for more information. Click here to download the show fact sheet.


About HOMEARAMA®

HOMEARAMA® is the registered trade name for the single-site new home showcase produced by the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati. HOMEARAMA® regularly attracts thousands of enthusiastic Cincinnatians. HOMEARAMA® 2022 will feature seven (7) fully decorated and landscaped homes in a variety of architectural styles.  Builders include AR Homes; Classic Living Homes; Hensley Custom Building Group, LLC; J & K Custom Homes, LLC; Redknot Homes; Robert Lucke Homes, Inc.; and WP Land Company, LLC.  The homes will be priced at $750,000 to over 1M.  


About ChimneyRidge

ChimneyRidge, presented by the Campbell-Berling partnership, sits high on 26 wooded acres off of Butterworth Road in the City of Loveland. It is located in Warren County and is part of the Little Miami School District. ChimneyRidge is limited to 30 homesites, which many back up to private, wooded and sloping rear yards with lots up to two acres. A gas-lit front entry with natural stone walls lends an old-world charm to the former homestead of Civil War Union General Thomas Tinsley Heath. The three cul-de-sac streets cut among the old growth trees of ChimneyRidge place residents less than a mile from the shops and restaurants of historical Downtown Loveland and the widely recognized Little Miami Scenic Bike Trail.