644 Oak Ave
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644 Oak AveWyoming, OH 45215

Single family 3 Beds 1.1 Baths
$215,000
 
 

Wyoming, OH 45215

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644 Oak Ave Wyoming, OH 45215

Single family   3 Beds 1.1 Baths $215,000

Beautiful complete renovation in heart of historic Wyoming!! Prop is better than new, classic character w/modern innovations thru-out. Custom Kit w/granite & SS Appl,New HVAC,Elec svc, plumbing,wndws,hwh & washer/dryer in 1st fl lndry.Newer roof.

Details for 644 Oak Ave, Wyoming, OH 45215
Rooms and Dimensions
Bathrooms
Bath 1: F (Level: 2)
Bath 2: P (Level: 1)
Room Dimensions
Bedroom 1: 15 x 12 (Level: 2)
Bedroom 2: 11 x 10 (Level: 2)
Bedroom 3: 13 x 9 (Level: 2)
Dining Room: 15 x 12 (Level: 1)
Entry: 4 x 4 (Level: 1)
Kitchen: 13 x 12 (Level: 1)
Living Room: 15 x 15 (Level: 1)
Study: 13 x 9 (Level: 1)
Additional Details
Feature
County: Hamilton County
Acres: 0.15 Acres
Age: 120
Appliances: Oven/Range, Dishwasher, Microwave, Washer, Dryer
Architecture: Traditional
Basement: Unfinished, Glass Blk Wind
Basement Type: Full
Construction: Vinyl
Cooling: Central Air
Garage: Detached, Oversized, Tandem
Garage spaces: 2
Gas: Natural
Great Room: Wood Floor
Heating: Gas, Forced Air
Inside Features: 9ft + Ceiling
Kitchen: Wood Cabinets, Marble/Granite/Slate, Wood Floor
Levels: 2 Story
Lot description: 60x100
Master Bedroom: Wall-to-Wall Carpet, Walk-in Closet
Misc: Ceiling Fan, Cable TV
Outside: Corner Lot, Covered Deck
Parking: On Street
S/A Taxes: 622.00
School district: Wyoming City
Sewer: Public
Water: Public

Demographics
General & Population
General
Zip code:45215
State:Ohio
Population
Total:28,602
Male:13,579
Female:15,023
Median age:39
Income Per Capita:$44,322
Population Change:-0.28%
Pop Density Sq.Mi.:2,437
Environment & Education
Environment
Annual precipitation:53.14
Temp Jan (avg):31.2
Temp July (avg):75.7
Air pollution index:215
Education
Education index:3
High school degree:5,749
College degree:7,433
Associates degree:1,474
Bachelors degree:3,618
Graduate degree:2,341
Household
Households:12,208
Households w/ children:3,698
Size (average):2.3
Net Worth (average):$452,917
Income Median 0-25:$25,125
Income Median 25-44:$39,517
Income Median 45-64:$53,650
Income Median 65+:$42,671
Income Change:+6%
Mortgage Debt Median:$92,548
Home Equity Median:$208,695
Miscellaneous
Work Travel (median):40 min
Dwelling Median Age:45
Dwellings Owned:6,479
Dwellings Rented:5,729
Dwellings Vacant:1,278
Airport(major):Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International

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Wyoming

About Wyoming

Introduction

Wyoming was named after Wyoming County, Pennsylvania. Settlers arrived in the early 1800s. The Miami & Erie Canal located in Lockland brought workers to that area who in turn built their homes in Wyoming. In 1851 with railroad service, residential subdivisions grew and Wyoming became an official village in 1874 with 600 residents. In 1949 the village became a city with 5,000 residents. Today, old-home lovers traveling down the wide tree-lined streets of Wyoming can relive much of this community’s early grandeur.

Summary

Vestiges of its leisurely horse and carriage days are evident in the many Victorian houses with spacious stables and gazebos in the gardens. All are hidden in the seclusion of ancient shade trees. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places is one district composed of 300 homes. In recent years, new homes have been added in transitional versions of good taste. But they still reflect the same prosperity, the same sense of well-being as those in older sections of the city. The beauty of Wyoming’s landscape, with its many hills and valleys, attracts people of all ages. At night, many high points offer a lighted-jewel panorama of the city that is a sight to behold. Residents share a glorious heritage and cultural advantages. Wyoming allows all this and more within walking distance.

Transportation

Cincinnati buses serve Wyoming on a 30 minute schedule. I-75 is five minutes away and downtown Cincinnati is about 20 minutes via the highway. Ronald Reagan Highway provides quick access to the east and west sides of town.

Hospitals

Six of Cincinnati’s major hospitals including Christ Hospital, University Hospital, Good Samaritan, and the Children's Hospital Medical Center are within 15 to 20 minutes. The Daniel Drake Center for post-acute care is located within a five to 10-minute drive. Wyoming operates a full clinic staffed 24 hours a day.

Shopping

There are many small shops for everyday needs. Tri-County Mall, and Kenwood Towne Centre are each about 15 minutes away and offer many national brand stores. Local Wyoming shops and restaurants are available in the village area. The Wyoming Pastry Shop was established in 1980 and has earned many local awards for their baked goods.

Recreation

The Wyoming Civic Center is a hub of bowling, tennis, player’s groups, teenage activities and adult social programs. Many organizations such as the Junior Women’s Club, the Women’s Club and Kiwanis use the center as a meeting place. There is an active Newcomers Group. The Wyoming Golf Club is a private 9-hole course with paddle tennis and swimming. Winton Woods, a public 18-hole golf course, Glenview golf course in nearby Glendale, as well as three fine private Country Clubs, Kenwood, Clovernook and Maketewah, are about 15 minutes away. The Wyoming Swim Club is also available by membership. Ice-skating with the Jack Frost Club and the Tennis Association are available to residents for a small fee with identification card issued. A community swimming pool and community tennis courts for residents only are located near the high school. Crosley and Gross YMCA’s are minutes away. The community hosts an annual Art Show in May. Concerts and outdoor movies are held on the Village Green and Civic Center during the summer. The Fourth of July celebration is a huge tradition with a parade, fireworks and a fun Muddy Pig race. The Fall Festival is held in October and features vendors along the streets, with food and crafts. Light Up Wyoming is held in December.

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This listing courtesy of George Lewis 513-205-1559, Sibcy Cline Northern Hills 513-931-7700

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