Historic Properties for Sale
The Charles Dexter house with two acres of ground is one of the few remaining nineteenth century estates built prior to the Civil War in Historic East Walnut Hills. Built in 1865, this beautiful estate exists in a perfect suburban environment five to eight minutes from downtown Cincinnati where tradition and modern conveniences combine to make living easy. Scarborough Woods Nature Preserve, located across the street, adds to the extraordinarily private and peaceful surroundings.
Possessing a quiet dignity that makes for a stunning, yet warm and intimate home, the elegance of the home is emphasized by rich architectural detail, complemented by thoughtful updates, and beautifully maintained. The grand living room (40 x 27) with eleven and a half foot coffered ceilings is meant for entertaining. Today’s floor plan kitchen is spacious, sun-filled and adjacent to a large family area. And this is just a sampling, take a visual tour from the comfort of your home.
Rawson House, 3767 Clifton Avenue, Gaslight Clifton, $929,900.00 An iconic Clifton landmark home (c. 1875), the Rawson House, is a fine example of the Italian Villa style of architecture. Long-admired, and beautifully sited at the end of a long curving drive, its asymmetrical and varied shapes and surfaces appear to identify with the landscape surrounding it. The tower with its mansard roof and bull’s eye windows play off those on the main roof. Its painted brick construction, covered porch with paired columns and dentils and rounded arch ground-floor windows give the building a storybook quality. Seven bedrooms and five baths serve the three-story home. The former carriage house has loads of potential and currently provides garaging for four vehicles. Exclusively presented by Comey & Shepherd Realtors. Cindy & Ian Collins 513-702-8226 email@example.com
5038 E Eastwood Circle, Madisonville – $189,900
Own a beautiful piece of history in this 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath two story home! This 1932 historic Puritan Sears home is in the highly coveted Eastwood Historic District and has charm and character galore, plus 1700 sq. ft. of living space! The curb appeal is spectacular and the outside features a 500 sq. ft. stamped concrete patio, privacy fence, immaculate yard and beautiful landscaping, plus a two car detached garage. Please contact Gina Prickel, Sibcy Cline at 513-519-2579 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You will not be disappointed!
Our Lady of Perpetual Help – Sedamsville
West Side neighborhood of Sedamsville. This outstanding German Gothic Revival church, built in 1888, features corbelled brickwork, a rose window and a soaring 170’ spire visible. Located on a hillside overlooking River Road, the church is visible from the Ohio River and the Kentucky shore. Vacant since 1989, the church is in deteriorated condition but structurally sound. It needs a new owner who can creatively renovate it for a new use that respects the building and the neighborhood. Our Lady of Perpetual Help was built in 1888. It was designed by Adolph Druiding, who also designed St. Lawrence in Price Hill and the Sisters of Charity Motherhouse in Delhi. The neighborhood is being nominated to the National Register of Historic Places so tax credits may be available for rehabilitation. Contact CPA at 513-721-4506 for details about this unique redevelopment opportunity