1890 Beaux-Arts Manor Sells for $1.65M in Cincinnati, Ohio
SOLD | Built 1890 | 15,680 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 5 Baths | 1.83 Acres
992 Marion Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45229
Originally built in 1890 for the Enger family by Matthew H. Burton, this 15,680 square foot Beaux-Arts manor has sold for $1.65 million in Cincinnati, Ohio. Listing details: Stately Italian Renaissance Revival mansion built in 1890! Over 15,000 square feet with 4 levels of luxury! 5,000 square feet in carriage house! Owners did major renovation in 2016! Livable grandeur! Newer insulation, stairwell rebuilt, hardwood redone, concrete/masonry, roofing, windows, doors, drywall, ceramic tile, appliances, entire kitchen/baths, newer HVAC, irrigation, plumbing, electric! Outdoor living spaces with curated gardens! Gated entry & porte cochere! Short term rentals = 131k per year, annual lease/apartment = 18K per year! Amazing opportunities! The property was on the market for $1.59 million with Julia Packer-Wesselkamper of Coldwell Banker Realty.
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