November 01, 2021

This Historic 1930s 'Mint Condition Mini Mansion' Is for Sale in West Price Hill

At 4642 Glenway Ave. in West Price Hill sits a historic ‘mini mansion’ built in 1939 as the home and office of Dr. Joseph A. and Mrs. Florence Conner. This home has been fully restored while keeping most of the original '30s finishings, including beautiful parquet flooring and mint green- and pink-themed bathrooms. The four-bedroom, three-bath home is uniquely set up due to the needs of the original owner.  Dr. Conner saw patients on the bottom floor of the home; he added fireplaces to keep the patients warm while they waited to be seen in the back of the house. The home also boasts six porches used as different entrances and exits for patients visiting the doctor.  The property is listed at $329,900. For more info, reach out to Cherie Kessler-Rolfsen at Keller Williams.
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This Historic 1930s 'Mint Condition Mini Mansion' Is for Sale in West Price Hill
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This Historic 1930s 'Mint Condition Mini Mansion' Is for Sale in West Price Hill
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This Historic 1930s 'Mint Condition Mini Mansion' Is for Sale in West Price Hill
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This Historic 1930s 'Mint Condition Mini Mansion' Is for Sale in West Price Hill
CityBeat Staff

This Historic 1930s 'Mint Condition Mini Mansion' Is for Sale in West Price Hill
CityBeat Staff

This Historic 1930s 'Mint Condition Mini Mansion' Is for Sale in West Price Hill
CityBeat Staff

This Historic 1930s 'Mint Condition Mini Mansion' Is for Sale in West Price Hill
CityBeat Staff

This Historic 1930s 'Mint Condition Mini Mansion' Is for Sale in West Price Hill
CityBeat Staff

This Historic 1930s 'Mint Condition Mini Mansion' Is for Sale in West Price Hill
CityBeat Staff

This Historic 1930s 'Mint Condition Mini Mansion' Is for Sale in West Price Hill
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