1730 Hanfield Street is a conversation-starter. The two-bedroom, turn-of-the-century home has nostalgic flair, specifically in the form of its 1950s-era kitchen. The home is also just a few blocks from all sorts of fun bars and restaurants in the heart of Northside.
Carefully curated by the seller, this retro-inspired residence combines historic charm with some contemporary features.
“The seller has created a seamless integration of Mid-century modern finishes and the original, turn-of-the-century Italianate architecture with natural woodwork and soaring ceilings,” says Emily Buzek Valentino of Comey & Shepherd Realtors. “The home represents a collection of hand-chosen pieces, carefully placed by the seller over the years, resulting in an open and comfortable living space. Nothing feels as if it is trying too hard, and the renovations have been respectful of the original architecture.”
Settled on a spacious corner lot, the exterior features rich, auburn-colored brick with teal accents. The house also includes gorgeous, oversized European windows, custom-mounted bookshelves in a cozy library, stately fireplaces, renovated baths, and, of course, that aforementioned amazing kitchen.
And while everyone often says "it's what's inside that counts," the outside of 1730 Hanfield is also one of its selling points. With a beautiful front porch, a fenced-in backyard, and a hand-paved patio, undoubtedly those nights of bar-hopping will continue (or perhaps begin?) in the comfort of the home's outdoor amenities.
No, it's not a $5,000,000 Indian Hill home with seven pools and a rooftop gymnasium/helicopter pad. This one's reasonable. 1730 Hanfield Street is bound to be on others' radars, so give it look right now. Check out our gallery of images above, and contact Comey & Shehperd Realtor Emily Buzek Valentino to learn more.