1050 Golden Oak Dr
MLS# 1469446
    • SOLD
      Sold On: 5/4/2016 for $179,410
      This Property is No Longer Available
  • New Construction

1050 Golden Oak DrHamilton West, OH 45013

Single family 3 Beds 2.0 Baths
 
 

Hamilton West, OH 45013

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I-75, W on Rt 129 thru downtown Hamilton on High St, then follow Rt 177, R on Gardner Rd, R on Golden Oak

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1050 Golden Oak Dr Hamilton West, OH 45013

Single family   3 Beds 2.0 Baths

New ranch home design in Talawanda Schools!

NOTE: This property was sold on 5/4/2016 and is no longer available. The details listed below are believed accurate to the date of the sale and are subject to change.

Rooms and Dimensions
Bathrooms
Bath 1: F (Level: 1)
Bath 2: F (Level: 1)
Room Dimensions
Bedroom 1: 14 x 15 (Level: 1)
Bedroom 2: 12 x 12 (Level: 1)
Bedroom 3: 11 x 12 (Level: 1)
Breakfast Room: 11 x 12 (Level: 1)
Entry: 8 x 6 (Level: 1)
Kitchen: 9 x 12 (Level: 1)
Laundry Room: 6 x 8 (Level: 1)
Living Room: 18 x 16 (Level: 1)
Additional Details
Feature
County: Butler County
Acres: 0.23 Acres
Appliances: Oven/Range, Dishwasher, Microwave, Garbage Disposal
Architecture: Traditional
Basement: Unfinished
Basement Type: Full
Construction: Brick, Vinyl
Cooling: Central Air
Fireplace: None
Garage: Attached, Front
Garage spaces: 2
Gas: Natural
Heating: Gas, Forced Air
HOA Features: Landscaping
HOA fee: 300
HOA fee period: Annual
Inside Features: Multi Panel Doors, Vaulted Ceiling, Great Room
Kitchen: Vinyl Floor, Pantry, Wood Cabinets, Counter Bar
Levels: 1 Story
Lot description: irregular
Master Bedroom: Wall-to-Wall Carpet, Bath Adjoins, Walk-in Closet
Misc: Ceiling Fan, Sump Pump, Home Warranty, Garage Door Opener, Cable TV, Smoke Alarm, Recess Lights
Outside: Porch
Parking: Off Street, Driveway
S/A Taxes: unk
School district: Talawanda City
Sewer: Public
View: Woods
Water: Public

Hamilton

About Hamilton

Introduction

The city of Hamilton is the county seat for Butler County and has 63,000 residents. It was founded in 1791 as Fort Hamilton (in honor of Alexander Hamilton). By the 1800s, the fort was gone and the area’s focus was on agriculture and trade. By the 1850s, Hamilton was a manufacturing city. It’s county courthouse (built in the late 1800s) is listed on the National Register of Historic Places due to its monument-style architecture. One finds three historic districts in Hamilton which boasts homes from the turn of the 19th century. In 1986, the city changed its name to “Hamilton!” The city has been honored several awards includes a Silver Excellence in Economic Development.

Summary

One person renovated three row houses in the downtown area, and a whole new trend began. Restoration fever has come to Hamilton and there is a resurgence of community involvement. Even the local government has joined the movement, by adding brick sidewalks and street lights that look like old-fashioned gas lamps. Those with an enterprising spirit will find a splendid variety of architectural designs in this city with a small- town feeling. There are fine old row houses and grand mansions in the historic district; a combination of small houses and mansions in an area called German Village; and some neighborhoods have grand old homes on streets that are divided by a tree-lined median. With big city amenities and small-town charm, Hamilton continues to retain the character of the city’s past while sharpening its focus on a bright future. Reflecting the community’s commitment to the arts is the array of sculptures decorating the downtown. Designated as “The City of Sculpture” Hamilton is home to a brilliant inventory of art and sculpture. The Fitton Center for Creative Arts features many exhibits and arts classes.

Transportation

The City of Hamilton is ideally situated for easy access to a network of interstate highways - I-275, I-75, I-71 and U.S. 127. Highway 129 is a direct link to Hamilton from I-75. Ohio Routes 4, 128, 129 and 177 are also in close proximity. Hamilton has an efficient rail and truck service. City operated bus lines provide intracity service as well as routes to surrounding metropolitan areas--Cincinnati, Dayton and Middletown. The City of Hamilton has its own all-weather airport with air taxi to and from Cincinnati and Dayton municipal airports.

Hospitals

Fort Hamilton Hospital, TriHealth Bethesda Butler Hospital and Mercy Health - Fairfield (the only hospital in Butler County to offer open heart surgery) serve Hamilton’s residents. Children’s Hospital Liberty Campus is located in Liberty Township. The city is served by the Butler County Health Department. The fire department provides emergency ambulance service. Private ambulance service is also available.

Shopping

The principal shopping areas of Hamilton include: downtown, the west side and Lindenwald. The primary shopping centers are Hamilton Plaza, Town and Country, Twinbrook Hills and Hamilton West. Bridgewater Falls, Cincinnati Mills, Tri-County Shopping Center and Northgate Mall are within 30-minutes driving time.

Recreation

There are five Butler County parks within 15 miles of Hamilton offering picnic and play facilities comprising 1,100 plus acres supervised by the park department. The City of Hamilton has four outdoor and one indoor swimming pool, one private swim and tennis club. There are two municipal 18-hole golf courses (Twin Run Golf Course and Potters Golf Course). The city has 31 tennis courts, indoor-outdoor tennis club, and an outdoor sports arena. There are many supervised city playgrounds. Boating and water skiing are available on the Great Miami River. Sixteen miles northwest of Hamilton lies Hueston Woods State Park, with 600-acre Acton Lake, offering complete recreation, camping facilities, lodge and cabins. The Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park offers a unique outdoor display of 30 pieces of sculpture in a natural setting. Recreational sports include Little League, Youth Football, Soccer, and Softball. The RiversEdge Amphitheater is located on the riverfront between downtown and the German Village Historic District. The development includes a park, trail and the amphitheater and is a popular place for summer concerts. The Booker T. Washington Community Center has 13 acres of parkland with a baseball field, basketball court, tennis, playground and shelter house. Inside the center, residents enjoy using the meeting rooms, game room, gym and indoor swimming pool. Those who enjoy music can listen to the Hamilton Fairfield Symphony Orchestra.

This listing courtesy of Bill McCabe 513-594-7883, Sibcy Cline Monroe/Middletown 513-360-0110

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