This is my current favorite condo on the market in Cincinnati right now! This must be seen in person as the photos really don’t capture the feel of this spacious loft. #701 is a corner unit on the 7th floor. It’s not so high that you see the roofs and mechanicals of neighboring buildings but high enough to get the light and the views. You can see Mt. Adams, the Stadium, Lytle Park and the tiara of the Great American Building.
It’s a designed in a contemporary loft style but still very inviting. It’s a very large 3,100 SF condo with an open floor plan but there are still enough rooms to have privacy. This was originally two units. The current owner was the listing agent that was working with the developer to sell the condos and chose these two units to be her home and is now selling it after 12 years of enjoying the space.
I love that there is a nice office that is tucked out of the way and a nice master suite. It features his and hers bathrooms and walk in closets. It also has a man cave outside of the unit and two storage spaces. The man cave could be a workshop, art studio, large wine cellar, craft room or whatever you want it to be.
Park Place at Lytle is one of my favorite condo buildings in downtown Cincinnati. I think people overlook this building and that is a shame. I like that it’s in a quiet part of downtown that feels residential. You can easily walk to the riverfront or the central business district as well as OTR. It’s close to entrance to Columbia Parkway and I-71 so it’s very easy to get where you need to go. And your local pub is The Top of the Park at the Phelps/Residence Inn. It gets better, if your local is too crowded, Park Place has it’s own rooftop garden, a great place to socialize with your friends or neighbors. The Polk Room is a nice place to host a party, although with this condo, I don’t know why someone wouldn’t host an event in the spacious condo itself.
The building has plenty of amenities. It features two guest suites, a nice gym, garage parking, 24 hour concierge and onsite management. With 126 units it’s large enough to support all of these amenities but not so large that it feels like a hotel. One of the other benefits is that there are plenty of households to cover the maintenance of the building so the HOA is quite reasonable for a 3,100 SF condo. It’s $1,190 per month. It’s one block from the University Club and Queen City Club and next door to the Taft Museum. Lytle Park is across the street for those who have dogs to walk.
This unit was designed by Maris Bernard and features beautiful cherry floors, neutral walls and lots of granite. 3 fireplaces, one in the bedroom, living room and the sitting room.
It comes with three garage spaces and is currently listed at $995,000. See the listing detail for more information and hurry up and book a showing with me before this wonderful condo is snapped up. 513-235-3996