A stunning Modern abode designed by a late locally renowned architect and Holocaust survivor will soon be hitting the real estate market. The home is located at 396 Baum St. in Mt. Adams, overlooking a small park, the city skyline and hillside views on multiple levels.
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.
This Mt. Adams home, finished posthumously in 2014, was his last endeavor and will leave a lasting impression on the Queen City.
The house combines Nuetzels architectural design with interiors by Renan Menninger of RM Interiors. The design team hoped to achieve a modern yet classic style that would balance aesthetic and functionality, a release from the listing agents explains.
The home features 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a 2-plus car garage and elevator. Homeowners will also have access to an outdoor rooftop deck and private back patio. The Great American Tower tiara can also be seen from the master shower in one of the home's many unparalleled views. It is also Silver LEED certified and tax abated.
The house will be listed for $1,760,295 on Friday, April 9. Contact realtors Susan and Arlen Rissover for more details.
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