1911 Tudor Revival – Cincinnati, OH – $295,000

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Added to OHD on 2/25/19   -   Last OHD Update: 3/15/19   -   25 Comments
2805 Harrison Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45211

Map: Street

Price

$295,000

Beds

4

Baths

2.5

SqFt

3760

Acres

0.51

Westwood landmark w/exquisite original details! Rookwood fireplace, stunning millwork, beautifully improved lot, waiting for special buyer to take to the next level. New 30-year roof, furnace, mini-split heat/cool system, water heater, windows,& more. Gorgeous 3rd flr mother-in-law suite with full kitchen.Needs substantial finish work. Sold AS-IS
Contact Information
Mary Bryan, Comey & Shepherd
(513) 321-4343
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25 Comments on 1911 Tudor Revival – Cincinnati, OH – $295,000

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  1. NancyNancy says: 200 comments

    I always loved that house. I would love to see the whole inside. What a steal at that price!

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  2. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9797 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Posted 2014, sold since but is now back on the market (don’t believe this was a flip, just shortly lived in.) Updated info and photos, moved to the front page.

    10
  3. AvatarJanet L Kensicki says: 2 comments

    Does “needs substantial work” mean there is no first floor kitchen? The only kitchen seems to be on the third floor.

    10
  4. AvatarDan says: 20 comments

    Gorgeous top to bottom, but is that a kitchen?..in the attic??

    7
    • AvatarClementine Pogue says: 1 comments

      Yes, that seems to be the mother-in-law apartment kitchen.
      They didn’t show another kitchen though.

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      • AvatarMaryBeth says: 68 comments

        I would need an elevator for my MIIL suite too many beautiful stairwys to the world third floor. It’s a beautiful place.

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  5. Barbara VBarbara V says: 291 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1800 cottage
    Upstate, NY

    Maybe the “substantial finish work” needed is the fact that several rooms seem to have been painted while leaving the furniture in place…?

    4
  6. AvatarNancy Marshall says: 2 comments

    It looks like the plaster on the ceiling in one of the bathrooms is gone. Maybe that’s the work that needs to be done?

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  7. AvatarDJZ says: 1 comments

    I love this house! I would move in the MIL suite and let my parents take one of the main bedrooms. I wouldn’t even remodel the bathrooms except to add a ceiling to the one that doesn’t have a ceiling. Other than that, I love it!

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  8. AvatarStephanie says: 9 comments

    Be still my heart. The bathroom. That is all.

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  9. AvatarClaudia Oviedo says: 6 comments

    Anybody knows the area? How are the schools? The house is lovely.

    • Avatardkzody says: 280 comments

      I have never been to Ohio, much less Cincinnati, but we have friends who moved from there and they are always raving about what a great place Cincinnati is to live. They moved to California so as to take care of grandchildren and be close to both of their children. I think they would go back to Ohio in a heartbeat.

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    • NancyNancy says: 200 comments

      I’ve lived there all my life (until we moved to Indiana 15 years ago) This house is in the Cincinnati Public school district. the neighborhood is Westwood which has many lovely old homes. It has been struggling the last few years. Hopefully things will be on the upswing.

      1
  10. AvatarLorriejo says: 41 comments

    I am loving this home!

    3
  11. AvatarMargaret Kuberka says: 53 comments

    The whole idea is you put MIL up there and she doesn’t come down. It’s more peaceful that way. Lovely house at a great price.

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  12. AvatarDavid Sweet says: 182 comments

    Regardless of work needed, this seems like a steal, and this would be a house of quality; worth spending the money to do it right. I think it’s all beautiful; even the bath with no ceiling. I wish that were all my current project house needed! Ha

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  13. AvatarHiggy says: 4 comments

    The bathroom transports me to a beautiful past, and what a regal exterior.

    3
  14. Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 773 comments
    1875 Limestone house
    Loire Valley, France,

    Would have loved to have a peak inside the sunroom/greenhouse space!

    4
  15. Avatarvicki says: 15 comments

    cincy great..i live just north of it…lots to do..really nice old homes everywhere…really good price on this

  16. MichaelMichael says: 1216 comments

    Not just pocket door but with elliptical tops….How cool is that?

  17. AvatarEileen says: 9 comments

    This is exquisite. Would love to know the history of this home.

  18. AvatarDaveZ says: 15 comments

    This house was on our inaugural Westwood tour of homes circa 2000. It is part of a cluster of magnificent mansions in the area. The glass enclosure on the back deck is from the early 80,s. a previous owner owned Wendy’s franchises. The house probably hasn’t been truly loved in a few years, but when it was, no expense was spared. It’s a lot of house for the buck.

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