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Schmidt Builders Offers Semi-Custom Homes in Hudson Estates

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Offering 2 – 7 acre homesites, Schmidt Builders, a Cincinnati new home builder, is offering semi-custom and custom homes in Hudson Estates.  Minutes from OH-741 and Hamilton Road in Turtlecreek Township, Hudson Estates will feature 17 custom and semi-custom homesites that easily accommodate any of Schmidt Builders’ ranch and two-story home plans with optional finished lower levels, 3-car attached garages and detached garages.

Perfect for those commuting to Cincinnati, this picturesque community is convenient to shopping, dining, and entertainment in Lebanon and Cincinnati.  With homesites available in mid summer, Hudson Estates is served by the award winning Lebanon City School District.

Driving Directions: Located .75 miles from OH 741 and Hamilton Road

With limited homesites available in this popular location, join our interest list by contacting us at or calling us at (513) 604-0599.

About Schmidt Builders: Now offering new homes in Turtlecreek Township, locally owned, fourth generation Schmidt Builders builds new homes in the greater Cincinnati area and Northern Kentucky. The recipient of numerous awards and accolades, we pride ourselves on providing an extraordinary home buying experience, on time delivery and superior craftsmanship. Locally owned since 1958, Schmidt Builders is active in the community and the Cincinnati Home Builders Association (HBA). Alan Schmidt, Sr. is a Past President of the Cincinnati HBA and Alan Schmidt, Jr. serves on the HBA Board of Directors.

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