You do not often see Moorish architecture in the Midwest, but which is exactly the vibe of this $1,999,000 Cincinnati property, which strike current market in early March.
With unparalleled river sights and freshly renovated home windows and patios from which to get pleasure from them, the subsequent consumer has certainly uncovered a special slice of paradise in a prized neighborhood.
“The house is positioned in just a Cincinnati suburb called Mt. Adams—a picturesque landmark neighborhood for the town, positioned on a substantial hill overlooking the Ohio River,” says listing agent Julie K. Back again.
The 7,000-sq.-foot household has four bedrooms and 8.5 baths. It was developed in 1987 by the renowned architect Austin “Dutch” Knowlton, of Knowlton Building Co.
For locals, this title may perhaps ring a bell. Ohio Condition University’s school of architecture was named following Knowlton. He was also 1 of the founding homeowners of the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals.
Together with the no-costs-spared marble, hardwood, and stonework inside, the exterior of 945 Hill Street leaves a lasting impact.
“The entrance facade, major-level side windows, side doorways, and lobby of the home have Moorish options with horseshoe shaped arches,” Back again states.
The latest owners ordered the home in 2006 for $1.6 million and have manufactured several noteworthy upgrades. These involve converting the rooftop to a absolutely practical outside dwelling area and installing a condition-of-the-art h2o heater process.
When it comes to spot, this Mt. Adams assets has a good deal to present.
“The home is minutes to downtown and the city’s sports, dining places, and theater venues,” Back claims.
The standout style and appealing spot obviously appealed to a person purchaser. The household is by now pending sale.