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This classic Queen Anne Victorian with a stately corner tower was built in 1894. It is located in one of the oldest planned neighborhoods in the city, with century old trees, underground utilities and gaslights.This North Avondale mansion was the first home built in the neighborhood and sits on a high point facing south.

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All original architectural details have been preserved.

Three courses of deep red brick, mortared with butter joints, create 18-inch thick walls and support three stories plus a granite walled basement.

The original, lovingly maintained and steeply pitched Buckingham Slate roof sits securely atop the mansion. This is a roof that will last 200 years.

North Avondale - Queen Anne Victorian Mansion - deep red brick
North Avondale Queen Anne Victorian Mansion - Tower
There are fifty two original solid wood double hung windows snugly covered with storm windows. Seven Rookwood tile fireplaces are found throughout the home and are totally original, always maintained and in excellent condition.

his Queen Anne Victorian mansion is only minutes from downtown Cincinnati and the art, shopping, parks, sports and cultural amenities.

If you love history, appreciate fine craftsmanship and value historic homes then you should make time to see if this North Avondale mansion is the perfect home for you!

Enjoy this slide show from the Cincinnati Enquirer that shows more features of this North Avondale mansion.