Narrow row houses line many of the hilly streets in Mt. Adams, but this three-story transitional-style home offers a different street-side perspective. Its stone and brick exterior fits right in with the neighborhood’s look, while a window-filled three-story turret provides 180-degree views of the Ohio River and Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky skylines.
The breathtaking views don’t stop there, though. Nearly every room in the four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath home offers stunning glimpses of the great outdoors. The scenery can be enjoyed from the turret’s interior, where a sleek circular kitchen flows into an open dining and living space, or from the home’s expansive rooftop terrace. It’s perfect for entertaining.
Entertaining not your thing? Check out the luxurious master suite. The 10-foot tray ceiling and marble-framed fireplace surrounded by built-ins are great amenities, but there’s a sunny spot right by the window that would be the perfect place to curl up with a good book. For those more partial to reading while they soak, the spa tub in the the master’s en suite bathroom, with its marble surround and contemporary stained-glass window, offers a prime spot. The tub sits next to a large glass-walled shower with a rainfall showerhead. And yes, there’s another window in the shower.
Beyond the stunning views and the prime location, the details in this home make it super-appealing. There are the extra-height ceilings, an inlaid floor in the kitchen, a map of the world on the wall of the rec room, an elevator, a wet bar tucked into the corner of the living room, and a second laundry room. It’s even certified LEED Platinum, but that pales in comparison to what might be the best perks of all in Mt. Adams: a three-car garage and two additional off-street parking spots.