Cleveland, Ohio, was founded in 1796, and sits on the southern shore of Lake Erie.
The city itself had around 372,000 residents as of 2020's count, but the entire metro area has a population of more than 3.63 million.
Visitors to the city are drawn to its cultural attractions including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and "The Forest City" has an extensive trail and park system. Cleveland is also a big sports town with three professional franchises: the Cleveland Browns, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Cleveland Guardians.
There are currently around 1,860 homes actively listed for sale in the city, with a median list price of $110,000 according to data from Realtor.com.
Here's what you can get in Cleveland on a $1.3 million budget:
E. 126th Street - $1,295,000
This 4,060-square-foot modern home built in 2014 is situated in Cleveland's Little Italy, and even features an outdoor wood-burning grill that was designed in Italy according to the listing by Adam Kaufman of Howard Hanna - Pepper Pike.
The house has three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and hardwood floors throughout most its second, third and fourth floors.
The dining room features a glass-walled wine cellar that opens up to the great room with a wall of curved glass windows at the front of the home.
The kitchen has a marble center island, stainless steel appliances, a breakfast area, a butler's pantry, and has doors that open out to the private yard.
The top floor has a huge outdoor deck with a rooftop garden, lounge area and kitchenette.