On the edge of the east side bordering Madisonville, Mt. Lookout, and Terrace Park lies Mariemont, a charming community with an interesting history. Designed by John Nolen in the early 1920s, and financed by philanthropist Mary Emery, the village was designed to provide a higher quality of life for its residents. Today, its iconic square, English architecture, and many parks make it an attractive destination for home buyers, and this three-bedroom, three-bath Dutch Colonial Revival home in the heart of Mariemont shows you why.
From the street, the welcoming exterior features a paved path leading to the front porch. The peaceful setup is shaded by a giant tree, and meticulously groomed landscaping makes it the ultimate spot to enjoy your morning coffee. Flower boxes filled with seasonally changing plants also add to the curb appeal.
Inside, original hardwood floors stretch throughout the first and second floors, including the living room that boasts a fireplace and beamed ceiling. In the adjacent dining room, features a built-in bench and a walk-out to the side yard (the house sits on a corner lot). The kitchen has plenty of room for an eat-in space as well as a built-in hutch for storing fancy dinnerware. Stainless appliances, granite countertops, and an entire wall of storage offer a crisp space for dining and entertaining.
Upstairs, the master features more hardwood floors, windows that usher in natural light, a massive walk-in closet, and a retreat-like master bath. Also on the second floor is an additional large bathroom and a couple more bedrooms. The lower level space could do double duty—as a family fun space, or as an in-law or guest suite. The living space is perfect for entertaining and there’s a massive bathroom with a separate shower and tub and the laundry room attached.
Outside, the well-groomed landscaping continues out back. The two-car garage comes with an epoxy floor and a full suite of storage solutions, including bike racks on the wall. Off to the side, a small patio area offers a space for seating. The current homeowners have loved having walkable access to parks and to Mariemont Square, features the next owners will surely love as well.