Here's your chance to own a piece of Cincinnati history: A gorgeous 1885 Queen Anne home in the heart of Clifton's Gaslight District is for sale and can be yours for under $1 million.
According to the listing, the home at 3507 Clifton Ave. is attributed to architect James W. McLaughlin, who is famous for designing iconic structures all over the city like St. Francis Seraph Church, the original Cincinnati Art Museum building and the Cincinnati Zoo Historic Structures.
The home still contains original, antique fixtures like imported woodwork and mantles, ceiling murals, stained glass windows, four functional fireplaces, pocket doors and original windows in the turret. And among the history is the contemporary, with its brand new kitchen and modern updates throughout.
3507 Clifton Ave. features eight bedrooms, making it the perfect opportunity to become an inn, and six bathrooms. Outside, there is a five-car carriage house/garage.
The asking price for 3507 Clifton Ave. is $999,000. Contact Billy Belshaw with Comey & Shepherd Realtors for more information. Find the original listing here