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The gourmet kitchen and living room with a view share an open floor plan that seamlessly blends the two important spaces together. / Image courtesy of Kelly Gibbs, Coldwell Banker // Published: 12.28.18

Dorsey Street Is a Sleeper Hit When It Comes to Real Estate

Do you know where Dorsey Street is? I'll give you a hint: it's a street in an urban area that you're going to want to call home.

Nope, not Downtown. Not in Over-the-Rhine, either. West End, Mt. Adams, and Pendleton aren't it. Keep guessing...

Yes! Mt. Auburn is the keeper of both Dorsey Street and some of the best real estate in the city. Look at it this way—living in Mt. Auburn, you're close to the action while having the chance to leave it when you want, you have an amazing, elevated view of the city below, and you get to live in an older area with all the history of the neighborhoods around it.

136 Dorsey Street capitalizes on every one of those advantages.

Modern appliances and high-end finishes are spread across all three floors of the newly constructed home, with an open floor plan to gather everyone together regardless of which room they're in. Huge southern-facing windows draw in heaps of all-day natural light, and a private second-story balcony just off the master bedroom comfortably extends the living space just beyond the brick above the street.

And that view. Oh man, what a view.

Waking up to that view would inspire anyone to get out there and do something meaningful with their day. Let's imagine that someone is you for a moment. Start your day right under the rainfall shower head in the master bathroom, choose an outfit from the built-ins inside your massive closet, then make breakfast in the gourmet kitchen downstairs. Read Cincinnati Refined in the living room with your coffee, then hop in the Prius (or whatever you drive) that's waiting in your two-car garage below.

You've never been more ready to conquer a Tuesday in your life.

After you've achieved the day's goals, enjoy a drink from the comfort of your personal balcony as you watch the sun retreat into the Price Hill horizon and toast the moon as it rises from Mt. Adams'. Or, invite your friends and family over for a cookout on the patio out back. Either way, your amazing Mt. Auburn house has plenty of outdoor space to appreciate.

Sounds pretty good, yeah? Dorsey Street may not have been on your radar before, but it is now. And, if you've saved your money and are looking to live in a neighborhood with a mountain of benefits, 136 Dorsey Street can be yours. It's on the market for $699,000 at the moment.

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Here's the listing if you want to learn more/set up a time to see it with a realtor.