Said to be Cincinnati’s oldest residence, 3644 Eastern Ave. in Columbia Tusculum still has all of the charm of its early 19th Century life, just with some modern upgrades.
Built in 1804 – the same year as the Betts House in Cincinnati’s West End, which is Cincinnati’s oldest surviving building and the oldest brick house in the city – this three-bedroom, three-bathroom Colonial-style house is a rare historic gem. At nearly 220 years old, it still maintains its beamed ceilings and wood-burning stone fireplaces (four of them, to be exact).
Outside, you’ll find a large deck, raised garden beds and plenty of parking. You’re an easy walk to Columbia Tusculum’s restaurants and bars, as well as Alms Park. There’s also a bike trail that will be built across the street connecting you to downtown and the Loveland Bike Trail.
3644 Eastern Ave. is listed at $498,900. For more information, contact Lee G. Robinson at Robinson Sotheby’s International Realty. Find the original listing here.