1516 Pleasant Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
3
Bed
2/2
Bath
2,500
Sq. Ft
0.1
Acres
$956,753
MLS# 1710158
Luxury lifestyle in prime Downtown location near Washington Park, Music Hall, TQL Stadium, Findlay Market & some of Cincinnati's finest restaurants! This NEW Home has the highest LEED Certification which allows for unlimited 15 yr tax abatement! Open spaces + large windows offer lots of sunlight. Entertaining made simple with the expansive Quartz island, 6 burner gas range, wet bar with wine refrigerator. Gas fireplace, large deck, 2 car garage. Spacious & sophisticated, energy efficient home!

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Information Refreshed: 9/23/2021 10:54 AM

Property Details
  • MLS#: 1710158
  • Type: Condominium
  • Appliances:Oven/Range, Microwave, Garbage Disposal, Gas Cooktop, Wine Cooler
  • Architecture:Traditional
  • Basement:Finished, WW Carpet
  • Basement Type:Full
  • Construction:Brick
  • Cooling:Central Air
  • Fence:Metal
  • Fireplace:Gas
  • Garage:Garage Attached, Rear
  • Garage Spaces:2
  • Gas:Natural
  • Heating:Forced Air, Gas Furn EF Rtd 95%+
  • HOA Features:Association Dues
  • HOA Fee:168
  • HOA Fee Period:Monthly
  • Inside Features:Multi Panel Doors, 9Ft + Ceiling
  • Kitchen:Pantry, Wood Cabinets, Wood Floor, Gourmet, Island, Counter Bar, Quartz Counters
  • Lot Description:irr
  • Mechanical Systems:Garage Door Opener
  • Misc:Ceiling Fan, Cable, Recessed Lights
  • Parking:Off Street, Driveway
  • Primary Bedroom:Wall-to-Wall Carpet, Bath Adjoins, Walk-in Closet
  • S/A Taxes:1375
  • School District:Cincinnati Public Schools
  • Sewer:Public Sewer
  • View:City
  • Water:Public
Rooms
  • Bath 1:F (Level: 2)
  • Bath 2:F (Level: 2)
  • Bath 3:P (Level: 1)
  • Bath 4:P (Level: L)
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This listing courtesy of Rick Finn (513) 702-4090, Holly Finn (513) 560-6513, Coldwell Banker Realty (513) 321-9944
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