3 Grandin PlHyde Park, OH 45208
Contemporary home in the style of Mies van der Rohe at end of cul-de-sac, designed to perfectly fit the lot that it sits on. Outside comes in & inside goes out w/light & views paramount. Designed by Carl Strauss for the orig. owners & their 3 children, it was truly loved. Oversized windows, open floorplan, gardens, perfect for today's lifestyle!
Hyde Park and Mt. Lookout are two neighboring suburbs that blend together almost imperceptibly to form one of Cincinnati’s oldest and most fashionable areas. Hyde Park was established in 1892 by Cincinnati businessmen who wanted an exclusive community for the wealthy and named it after New York’s Hyde Park. The area was annexed by the City of Cincinnati in 1903. Mt. Lookout is located adjacent to Hyde Park and was named for the Mount Lookout Observatory which was moved to this neighborhood in 1873.
Head up the hill and there are larger home estates with magnificent Ohio River views as well as wondering streets of beautiful lawns featuring exceptional properties. Homes near Madison Road or Observatory and Erie Avenues may be on smaller lots, but still have beautiful facades and well-planned interior spaces. Hyde Park is a very hip place to live!
Wherever one lives in Hyde Park, residents love to take advantage of walking their neighborhood whether to enjoy a meal, coffee, drink at a pub or shopping. Dog walking and jogging are very popular activities, too.
Jewish Kenwood - Mercy Hospital is a 10-minute drive to the north. This hospital features a state-of-the-art patient tower as well as a 24-hour emergency department. It is the region’s only adult Blood & Marrow Transplant Center. Bethesda North Hospital, a Level III Trauma Center, is located in Montgomery and is a 15-minute drive away.
Hyde Park Plaza Shopping Center, Rookwood Commons and Rookwood Pavilion serve all convenience needs. Nearby Oakley has its own “downtown” strip along Madison Road with popular eateries, cafes and shops. Kenwood Towne Centre (with Nordstrom, Dilliards and Macy’s as anchors) and Sycamore Plaza (aka Kenwood Square) are only a 15-minute drive away. All feature nationally branded stores along with everything from casual to gourmet dining.
Need a donut fix? Local Busken Bakery bakes its goodies in Hyde Park and this particular location is open 24 hours a day.
The private Hyde Park Country Club has an 18-hole golf course, tennis courts and a swimming pool. The Cincinnati Country Club, also private, has an 18-hole golf course, swimming pool, squash and tennis courts. The Mt. Lookout Swim Club is private. Nearby Lunken Playfield (public) offers tennis, archery, golf and baseball. Marinas along the nearby Ohio River provide excellent facilities for boating enthusiasts. An indoor tennis club is located across from Lunken Airport and a racquetball facility is conveniently located in nearby Fairfax.
There are also a variety of athletic and recreational activities sponsored by neighborhood schools and special interest groups. Hyde Park Square hosts the annual Hyde Park Art Show with over 200 artists showcasing their work. The Hyde Park Blast (held in June) is another square event for runners and bikers.
3 Grandin Pl
Hyde Park, OH 45208