Nestled away in a private enclave of California, Ohio, sits a stunning Midcentury Modern home by locally-renowned architect Hans Nuetzel.
Inside the home, vaulted and cathedral ceilings offer an airy and open feel within the rooms. Featuring cherry flooring, a modern Berloni kitchen and a spa-like master bedroom, the four-bedroom, four-bathroom abode is undoubtedly stylish.
But we would be remiss not to ogle over the property's drool-worthy courtyard pool. The home wraps its loving arms around the stunning entertainment hub. Surrounded by trees and cozied like a sunken living room beneath the yard's landscaping, the oasis offers the private party pad of our dreams.
Designer Hans Nuetzel, who passed away in 2013 at age 92, had a reputation for his modern creations, eventually becoming the area's top residential architect for Queen City elites.
Nuetzel made his way to Cincinnati from Munich in the late 1940s and worked with notable local architects Carl Strauss and Ray Roush.
Local real estate group cincinnatimodern
says that homeowners of Nuetzel's builds were special to the architect and he was known to visit, walking them through his design decisions and providing guidance on modifications.
"He was generous with his advice, and visited homes of new homeowners excited to find out their purchase had his pedigree," an article by cincinnatimodern reads
Located at 515 Fairway Lane
, the home is within walking distance of the neighborhood reservoir and California Golf Course. Cincinnati Nature Preserve is located nearby, as well.
Priced at $823,000, the home will be available beginning March 13.
For more information, reach out to listing agent Susan B. Rissover
Photos by cincinnatimodern