This 1900 historic residence is a tribute to the architectural beauty of the Queen Anne style (cousin to the Victorian) and was home to a former Italian Consulate . Diligently conserved, its stately asymmetric façade is richly embellished with brick, woodworking and a slate roof with dormers and gables, hand carved stone lintels, an array of fine windows, a two-story turret, a columned front porch plus a Juliet balcony, decorative brackets and finials and prominent chimneys. Every room reflects original integrity, and extraordinary craftsmanship integrated with luxury amenities of today. This is a unique opportunity for the new owners to enjoy all 5,628 sq. ft. of this historic home.
Examples of the home’s prolific extraordinary millwork such as ornately carved mantels, wall panels, deep moldings, built-ins, and pocket doors. Rooms are graced with transom, bay, leaded and stained-glass windows. The home formal foyer is dignified with an imposing staircase which accesses 3 levels of gracious formal and sumptuous living areas. The long-time owners have conserved every aspect of this home and thoughtfully integrated quality luxuries of today.
Situated in Historic East Walnut Hills, a neighborhood undergoing revitalization, resulting in new life for a neighborhood steeped in historic treasures, considered an upscale and vibrant urban lifestyle. Minutes away is Cincinnati’s crown jewel – Eden Park, schools and the Woodburn business district which offers an array of retail, restaurants, and pubs. And – everything that Cincinnati has to offer is also in close proximity.
Updated on April 1, 2022 at 3:00 pm