On The Market: Three Cincinnati “Castles”

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The only thing better than one castle is three! Okay, none of these is actually a castle, but here are three homes that could easily exist in the happily-ever-after:
 

185 Linden Drive, Wyoming, $749,900

We were already swooning over the picture-perfect stucco turret on the side of this 1934 white brick home; then we saw that pointed, arched alcove surrounding the front door. If those two features don’t sell you on this place, check out the reading nook inside the turret, complete with a comfy window seat and a small shelf for books.

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3573 Bayard Drive, Hyde Park, $1,099,000  — This home’s storybook charm comes from a combination of aged brick and slate, leaded-glass windows and of course that two-story tower out front, which houses a gently curving, wood-and-wrought-iron staircase. Inside, we’re also pretty fond of those beamed ceilings and that pass-through stone fireplace that connects the living room to the sun room.

Photograph courtesy of Comey & Shepherd

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1567 Tri County Highway, Sterling Township, OH $3,499,000 — You know a house is fancy when it has a stone arch and gates at the base of the driveway. Second clue? When it has a portico, so visitors can exit their cars protected from inclement weather. Situated on 91 acres, this 13-year-old tudor-style home has both those features and more. Think: a lofted master bedroom with a wrought-iron spiral staircase, a spa pool in the basement, a stone bridge to an island in the middle of the property’s private pond, a picnic shelter and a horsebarn. Oh — and a freestanding tower out front, because no castle would be complete without that.

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