2680 GRANDIN PLACE
This exquisite former carriage house was converted to a family home in the 1950s, and now encompasses more than 5,000 square feet. Beautiful updates blend seamlessly with the home's original charm for a one-of-a-kind property in one of the region's most desirable neighborhoods.
3 full baths/3 half baths
See it on Robinson Sotheby's International Realty
2680 GRANDIN PLACE
IN THE NEWS
The Wall Street Journal selected 2680 Grandin Place as its House of the Day--introducing this Hyde Park showplace to subscribers and readers around the world. With home photos featured throughout, the WSJ article reflects on past homeowners and their appreciation for the character of the house that was their family home for more than 50 years.
English Traditions, an arbiter of good taste, called 2680 Grandin Place one of the hottest houses on the Cincinnati MLS. The purveyor of fine European antiques wrote: "This beautiful Hyde Park home...boasts beautiful views and grand rooms. The exposed beam ceiling in the living room paired with original hardwood floors throughout creates an unmatched charm that makes this estate stand out from the rest."
Cincinnati Business Courier wrote: "This one-of-a-kind house would be hard to replicate - original construction dates back to before the turn of the 20th century...The original carriage house rooms and proportions on the first floor have been maintained, resulting in the most grand entertaining space possible."
Cincy Chic featured 2680 Grandin Place as its listing of the week, ooh-ing and aah-ing over its remarkable features: "Over 5,000 square feet! Wooden beamed ceilings (11), Italian marble floors, Versailles patterned parquet wood floors, grand entertaining space! First floor master suite, walkout finished lower level, brick patios. Extra large rooms, very special one-of-a-kind!"
About Hyde Park
The heart of the community is charming and historic Hyde Park Square, home to chic boutiques, unique gift shops, gourmet food stores, coffee shops, and casual and fine dining.
Additional restaurants and shops are found in commercial enclaves throughout the neighborhood, where you'll also find services such as medical and dental offices, dry cleaning, banking, salons, and the local library. For most residents, the services they need and entertainment they want are a short walk from their front doors.
Hyde Park Plaza offers two major grocery chains, along with more than 50 other retail stores and eateries. In addition, nearby Rookwood Commons & Pavilion is home to 70 fine stores and restaurants in an open-air setting.
Recreational opportunities include City of Cincinnati parks and playgrounds. Currently under construction, the new Wasson Way trail will offer miles of off-road pathways for walking and biking.
Easy access to I-71 makes commuting from Hyde Park a snap. The average commute is 15-30 minutes, well below the national average.