Lebanon’s Leading Home Builders
While we have many new-build homes for sale in Lebanon, M/I Homes is also one of the city’s leading new home builders. For more than 40 years, we’ve been helping people in Lebanon and throughout the Cincinnati area create the new construction homes of their dreams.
Before beginning construction on one of our new homes in Lebanon, we sit down with you to discuss what you want and need out of your new home. Then, we utilize the highest quality materials and building standards far superior to those of other home builders in Lebanon in order to create the home you’ve always wanted.
From the foundation to the roof and everything in between, each of our new-build homes for sale in Lebanon are built with your individual needs in mind.
area 12.97 sq. mi
median home price $207,800
median household income $64,912
- The Beach Waterpark 13 minutes
- Kings Island Amusement Park 19 minutes
- Shaker Run Golf Course 14 minutes
Discover the History
There are many ways to learn about the history of Lebanon. You can visit the Harmon Museum or the Glendower Historic Mansion, or even visit the Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad (LM&M Railroad). There you can take an historic train ride through southwest Ohio in vintage passenger cars.
Enjoy the Community
Lebanon is a close-knit community that offers numerous ways for you to get to know your neighbors. Downtown Lebanon is host to a variety of events throughout the year including 5K runs, music festivals, parades and more. Additionally, there are several parks in the area for you to enjoy. With a warm and welcoming atmosphere like this, it’s no wonder so many call Lebanon their home.
Experience the Arts
Music, theatre and so much more can be found in Lebanon and the surrounding area. The Lebanon Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, for example, is known for including various surprises at their concerts, such as silent films, jugglers and more. And in addition to seeing a performance by the orchestra or the Lebanon Theatre Company, you can also explore the art gallery at the Harmon Museum featuring work from Charles T. Weber, Eli Harvey, Vernon Jones and many others.
Discover the neighborhood and all it has to offer
Discover what’s around the community, plan your commute, and find the perfect dinner spot.