- Open: Sunday, January 21, 1:30-3:00pm
- Received 1/15/2018
188 Lafayette CirClifton, OH 45220
188 Lafayette Cir
Clifton, OH 45220
188 Lafayette Cir
Clifton, OH 45220
This well located Gaslight Clifton home has quality & scale of proportion that is hard to find. The home is situated on a lovely site on the brow of a hill w/ the western horizon providing great light & a sense of privacy. Featuring a horizontal floor plan where rooms connect seamlessly. Many original features remain intact.
|Bath 1:||F (Level: 2)|
|Bath 2:||F (Level: 2)|
|Bath 3:||P (Level: 1)|
|Bedroom 1:||20 x 17 (Level: 2)|
|Bedroom 2:||17 x 15 (Level: 2)|
|Bedroom 3:||13 x 10 (Level: 2)|
|Dining Room:||16 x 15 (Level: 1)|
|Entry:||4 x 4 (Level: 1)|
|Kitchen:||13 x 12 (Level: 1)|
|Living Room:||30 x 16 (Level: 1)|
|Appliances:||Oven/Range, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Microwave, Washer, Dryer|
|Basement:||Concrete Floor, Unfinished, Bath Rough-In|
|Flex Room:||4 Season|
|Heating:||Gas, Forced Air, Radiator|
|Inside Features:||Multi Panel Doors, French Doors, 9ft + Ceiling, Crown Molding, Natural Woodwork|
|Kitchen:||Wood Cabinets, Walkout, Ceramic Tile|
|Lot description:||102 x 160|
|Master Bedroom:||Wood Floor, Bath Adjoins|
|Misc:||Ceiling Fan, Cable TV, Smoke Alarm|
|S/A Taxes:||3, 987.17|
|School district:||Cincinnati Public Schools|
|Income Per Capita:||$28,217|
|Pop Density Sq.Mi.:||5,466|
|Temp Jan (avg):||29.5|
|Temp July (avg):||75.2|
|Air pollution index:||217|
|High school degree:||1,322|
|Households w/ children:||1,066|
|Net Worth (average):||$347,554|
|Income Median 0-25:||$20,000|
|Income Median 25-44:||$33,422|
|Income Median 45-64:||$45,643|
|Income Median 65+:||$32,652|
|Mortgage Debt Median:||$76,191|
|Home Equity Median:||$169,219|
|Work Travel (median):||23 min|
|Dwelling Median Age:||51|
|Airport(major):||Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International|
Clifton was incorporated as a village in 1850 with the growth of Cincinnati suburbs and was annexed as part of Cincinnati in 1896. In the early 1900s, the University of Cincinnati and Hebrew Union College were established and the area gained great esteem as the intellectual center of Cincinnati. Today, Clifton is an “in-city suburb” and is a distinctive neighborhood with its cultural diversity. It is a great place to call home for those who enjoy daily city life in a suburban setting.
With old-fashioned gas lamps and wide tree-lined avenues, Clifton still reflect the elegance of yesteryear. Some of the mansions that once housed Cincinnati leaders have been restored to their original grandeur. In addition, a number of old, well preserved, brick and frame homes remain, adding to the historical flair of the neighborhood. Many homes are located on larger city lots offering a suburban-like lifestyle. Newer, brick-style homes are also available.
Clifton is two miles from Downtown Cincinnati and is served well by Cincinnati buses. Access to I-75 and I-74 is right off the western end of Clifton. This suburb is one of the most centrally located of all Cincinnati suburbs and has easy, quick access to anywhere in the city.
Good Samaritan Hospital is located in Clifton. The world-recognized Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is a short drive away. Nearby Christ Hospital is located in Mt. Auburn. One of the most advanced medical facilities in the country for research is located within the (Cincinnati) University Hospital complex. Several more of Cincinnati’s fine hospitals are within a five to ten-minute drive. Many uptown groups of doctor’s offices are also within easy access.
Along Ludlow Avenue in the Gaslight Business District, many local shops and restaurants have been serving the community for many years including Graeter’s Ice Cream Shop and Skyline Chili, just to name a few. There are also quite a few Indian restaurants, several cafes, coffee houses, pharmacy, hardware store and other businesses. A short drive south to Corryville and there are even more restaurants and shops including an Amazon pickup store. Uptown Clifton also has many local shops and restaurants. Since Clifton is so centrally located, it is just a short trip downtown or to a nearby suburb satisfies any larger shopping needs. For those who enjoy local produce and meats, Findlay Market in Over-the-Rhine is a five-minute drive away.
Burnet Woods with its lake, band stand, picnic areas and trailside museum is partly bounded by two of Clifton’s main streets. Out on the brow of a hill, affording a magnificent view west and north is Mt. Storm Park. Rawson Woods Bird Preserve has 10 acres and is located at Middleton and McAlpin Avenues. Clifton Meadows is a private club with ample facilities for swimming, tennis, baseball, shuffleboard and basketball. The handsome Clifton Recreation Center has a gym and the many separate facilities offer volleyball, handball and crafts to all. Golfers are a fifteen minute drive to many private and public courses and tennis fans have easy access to many courts in the vicinity. In addition, University of Cincinnati offers many recreational activities to the whole city, many of which are free of charge. The Clifton Cultural Arts Center is located on Clifton Avenue in the former Beaux-Arts style Clifton School. This iconic building houses art exhibits as well as classes for art, dance, music, foreign language and theater. A prominent landmark is the Esquire Theater on Ludlow Avenue. It was established in 1911 showing silent films and live acts. This movie house is now known for art films as well as first-run movies. It has been named a Best Movie Theater several times for the Cincinnati area. For those who enjoy the nightlife, the Brewery District in Over-the-Rhine is a short drive away, or one can stay in Clifton and enjoy music from the Ludlow Garage or head to Uptown Clifton to Bogart’s for a concert. For those who enjoy bicycling, there is a Cincy Red Bikes station on Howell Avenue.