There’s something to be said for mapping out every detail of a community, right down to the architecture, before you begin building. Case in point: Mary Emery’s charming east side suburb of Mariemont, a “planned community” designed by iconic town planner John Nolen that’s home today to this brick-and-stone Tudor-style house.
The 1928 structure has obviously been upgraded for 21st century living (see the sizable kitchen and family room additions out back), but we love the original details, too: casement windows, wood paneled built-ins in the dining room, and a screened-in side porch.
Plus, you can’t beat the location: just a hop-skip-and-a-jump from both the Mariemont pool and Dogwood Park, home to a carillon tower and one of our favorite Fourth of July fireworks shows in the region.
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