Nestled on a quiet, tree-lined street in the heart of Covington’s Historic Licking Riverside Neighborhood this single-family home is one of the few to come available in this price range. Live in this premier area without the noise and traffic of many other urban...

Hidden Hyde Park Cape Cod

Performed a pre-sale property evaluation and market analysis to help maximize the full potential of the property being sold. Made repair and update recommendation to maximize the sale price of the home.  The result being the home sold in 24...

Apartment Building

734 Garrard- The building previously held 43 tenants in an 8-unit property. Now, the space is a 7-unit fully renovated apartment building with one and two-bedroom units in the heart of the historic Licking Riverside District.

Odd Fellows Hall

Odd Fellows Hall:  Previously housed Confederate soldiers. In 2001, the building tragically burned down. However, with strategic planning, the Odd Fellows Hall was rebuilt and the historical integrity was maintained. The building is now a multi-use commercial space...

Carriage House

The old garage had structural and foundation issues. The new carriage house was built historically accurate, to complement the house and neighborhood. The project was completed in 2017. 

Carnegie Art Center Dome

The Carnegie Visual & Performing Arts Center- The highlight of the main gallery is the renovated glass dome that is a beautiful addition as a skylight. The dome not only showcases the community involvement in renovating but also the historic charm of the building...

I have known Damian Sells for almost 20 years. I worked with him at The Carnegie in Covington for many years and had the pleasure of watching him lead our board of directors and overseeing the renovation of this historic building. Built in 1902 as one of the grand Andrew Carnegie libraries it fell in disrepair and abandoned in the 1970’s before being saved and repurposed into an Arts Center. It wasn’t until the late 1990’s that the organization set forth to bring it back to its original glory. Damian took on the responsibility of handling the vision of what would be many years of difficult but rewarding hard work to insure this incredible piece of architecture would stand for another 100 years. He was tireless and dedicated to doing it right, paying tribute to the quality by how the building was originally created.

Damian also worked on a home I purchased in northern Kentucky. Built in 1925 and needing complete rehab, l remember his nice but forceful opinion that I need to do it right and not to sacrifice the quality of how the house was originally built. Oak floors, plaster walls, matching up all the molding…I can’t say enough about the feeling I get when I walk into those rooms knowing they are just as beautiful as when the house was built. Just like the Carnegie, he treated my home with respect and the results prove it.

If you want honesty and quality then you found your guy.

Bill Seitz

Professional of the Arts