1911 David and Mary May House Sells for $950K in Cincinnati, Ohio
SOLD | Built 1911 | 5,287 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 3.5 Baths | 1.32 Acres
3723 Washington Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, 45229
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the historic David and Mary May House in Cincinnati, Ohio is a gleaming example of Italian Renaissance revival architecture. The 5,287 square foot residence, designed by McMiller & Taft and built in 1911 on a large 11 acre corner lot, has sold for $950,000. Today, the 110-year-old home enjoys a 1.32 acre property with park-like grounds, cascading fountains and a detached chauffeur’s apartment turned exercise studio. The three-storey main house is finished in Indiana limestone with a stone foundation, terracotta tile roof, multiple dormer windows and ornate decorative columns, urns and swags. Three sets of arched French doors welcome guests into the grand foyer providing easy access to all the formal and entertaining rooms. Interior details include a panelled billiards rooms and living room with numerous French doors opening to a covered terrace, a large formal dining room with extensive mouldings and columns, an updated kitchen with two butler’s pantries and lovely sunroom with built-in fountain and tiled walls and floors. A grand staircase leads to the 5 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The David and Mary May House was on the market for $999,000 with Douglas ManzlerofKeller Williams Advisors. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.