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641 Park Avenue is a 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home in the East Row Historic District. And it’s currently on the market for $429,900. / Image courtesy of the Finn Team of Coldwell Banker West Shell

This East Row Historic District Home Is Gorgeous, Just Gawgeous

Greater Cincinnati certainly has no shortage of gorgeous digs. Exhibit #1: This outstanding, stuff-of-my-dreams Newport home in the coveted East Row Historic District.

The East Row, if you didn’t already know, is the second largest historic district in (the Commonwealth of) Kentucky. All buildings there are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. And in the context of communities revitalizing on both sides of the river, East Row has become not only one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in the city, but also one of the most desired.

Its homes were created during the Victorian era and reflect that in their eclectic architectural styles -- Italianate, American Four Square, and Queen Anne.

Which brings us to 641 Park Avenue, a sophisticated East Row home with a European design and a spacious interior. And also, other things. Like...

  • Three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, and a two-car garage.
  • An impressive foyer, an inviting family room, a multi-use great room, and a large kitchen with modern updates, including granite counters and 42-inch cherry cabinetry (yeah buddy!).
  • A large third floor space with a wet bar that can be used as a home office, a rec room, a home theatre, a guest suite, an art studio, or, basically, anything!
  • Natural woodwork, stained glass, elaborate moldings, exposed brick, original mantels, custom bookshelves, and 12-foot ceilings. (Jeepers.)
  • A new tiered, covered back deck, gardens, a side courtyard, and a koi pond. (Er, what?)
  • And a bevy of recent property enhancements including a new HVAC system, a new roof, new plumbing, and re-lined box gutters.

And The Price On This Bad Boy Is...


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Want to know more about the home at 641 Park Avenue? Check out the listing courtesy of the Finn Team of Coldwell Banker West Shell.