This $2.3 Million Home in Mt. Adams Is Suburban Life in the City

With downtown views like this, you’ll never want to leave this spacious Celestial Street home.

1041 Celestial St., Mt. Adams

Mt. Adams homes tend to stick to a formula—three-to-four stories, with modern architecture and space for outdoor entertaining. But this Celestial St. property breaks the neighborhood’s typical mold with the amenities of a city home and the style of the suburbs—and we’re here for it. The house boasts four bedrooms and five bathrooms with insane views of the skyline and nearly 4,500 square feet of living space.

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Outside, the property features a two-car garage and a spacious driveway—a rarity in Mt. Adams. The front porch has colorful tile and an artsy railing that pops against the brown and black façade.

The spacious, open-concept family room features exposed brick walls and massive windows that create an airy feel. Stained glass, built-in bookcases, and an uber cool fireplace make the space a peaceful area to relax.

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But clearly, the star of the show here is the window-panel alcove that overlooks the backyard and the city—the perfect view for fireworks after Reds games and gazing at the city lights on cool summer nights. Entertainers will love the flow of the floor plan, which is chock full of cozy sitting areas that don’t feel far removed from the action. Easy access to the kitchen

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Walk upstairs or take the elevator to the second floor, where the primary suite features vaulted ceilings, multiple walk-in closets, and a massive tub in the bathroom. There’s even a third-floor bedroom that could easily double as a home office.

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Perhaps one of the home’s most unique features is its rare, unobstructed view of downtown Cincinnati and the Ohio River. The property comes with the three lots below on Oregon Street so the new owners can preserve that spectacular view.

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The inground pool is perfect for summers in the city, and with two separate decks, you’ll have more than enough space to take in the great outdoors year-round. We’re thinking an outdoor sofa and a fire pit would be perfect for the deck. Cocktail hours have never looked better!

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