1936 Tudor Revival in Cincinnati’s Hyde Park Sells for $1.6M
SOLD | Built 1936 | 5,138 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 3.5+ Baths | 0.66 Acres
2540 Handasyde Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, 45208
One of Hyde Park’s crown jewels has sold for $1.6 million after listing in 2020 for $2.25 million. A desirable combination of location, architectural significance and and a thorough renovation has embraced the original details of the house. It took some of the finest artisans of the 1930s to build this magnificent Tudor Revival and some of today’s most talented architects, artists and designers to restore and renovate the home into what we see today. Every improvement has been carefully selected and implemented. There is over 5,138 square feet of interior space with 5 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, an upgraded kitchen, formal living and dining rooms and bar with adjacent family room. Enjoy a 0.66 acre property with French gardens and lawns groomed to perfection. The property was on the market for $1.89 million with Maureen D. Pippin & Jessica Lieberman Jones of Sibcy Cline, Inc. Photography and information found on agent’s listing. Click here to see photos of the home when it was furnished.