400 Pike Street 916
Cincinnati, OH 45202
2
Bed
2/1
Bath
1,707
Sq. Ft
$498,500
MLS# 1740598
Luxury urban living! Open rooms with panoramic views of the downtown & Ohio river from the roof top Two-sided FP in living/dining areas. Kitchen with top-line appliances. Peaceful primary BR with beautiful views. Study/office. Upgraded amenities. Rooftop terrace for fun/parties. Park Place feat:elevator, exercise rm, meeting rms, interior party rms. Minutes to arts, theater, sports & events. All offers need to be open for 48 hrs seller can accept offer at anytime after showing start date 6/17/22

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Property Details
  • MLS#: 1740598
  • Type: Condominium
  • Age:117
  • Appliances:Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Microwave, Garbage Disposal, Washer, Dryer, Convection Oven, Gas Cooktop
  • Architecture:Traditional
  • Basement Type:None
  • Construction:Other, Stone
  • Cooling:Central Air
  • Fireplace:Gas
  • Flex Room:Bonus Room
  • Garage:Built in
  • Garage Spaces:1
  • Gas:Natural
  • Heating:Electric
  • HOA Features:Professional Mgt, Landscaping, Snow Removal, Doorman Service, Trash, Water, Maintenance Exterior, Sewer
  • HOA Fee:819.23
  • HOA Fee Period:Monthly
  • Inside Features:Multi Panel Doors, 9Ft + Ceiling
  • Kitchen:Wood Cabinets, Marble/Granite/Slate, Wood Floor, Eat-In, Counter Bar
  • Lot Description:Condo
  • Mechanical Systems:Fire Sprinkler
  • Misc:Ceiling Fan, Cable, Recessed Lights, Busline Near, Smoke Alarm
  • Parking:Off Street, 1 Car Assigned
  • Primary Bedroom:Wood Floor, Bath Adjoins, Walk-in Closet
  • S/A Taxes:5867.64
  • School District:Cincinnati Public Schools
  • Sewer:Public Sewer
  • View:City
  • Water:Public
Rooms
  • Bath 1:F (Level: 1)
  • Bath 2:F (Level: 1)
  • Bath 3:P (Level: 1)
  • Bedroom 1:18x10 (Level: 1)
  • Bedroom 2:12x9 (Level: 1)
  • Dining Room:16x12 (Level: 1)
  • Entry:14x7 (Level: 1)
  • Kitchen:15x15 (Level: 1)
  • Laundry Room:8x5 (Level: 1)
  • Living Room:13x13 (Level: 1)
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