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3574 Burch Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45208

Neighborhood: Hyde Park

School District: Cincinnati City School District

Target Price: $924,500

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Bedrooms
4
Baths
3 Full 1 Half
Square Feet
3,516
Type
Single Family

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Last Sold
$835,000 in 2019
Acres
0.26
Tax Payment
$10,250.65
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Victorian mansion with stunning original features and modern amenities added during a 2018 complete renovation. Nearly 5,000 SF of living space across four floors. Stained glass windows, marble, working fireplaces & natural woodwork throughout. One block from Wasson Way trail and similar distance to Hyde Park Square, Hyde Park Elementary & Rookwood.

  • Acres: 0.26
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Full Bathrooms: 3
  • Half Bathrooms: 1
  • Annual Tax: $10,250.65

History

Transfer History
Date Owner Selling Price
04/11/19 Knippen Charles T & George N Moster $835,000
12/20/16 Hilton Capital Group Llc $365,000
10/12/04 Schoellkopf Robert B & Carol $0
12/05/03 Schoellkopf Robert B Tr & Carol Tr $0
04/17/03 Schoellkopf Robert B & Carol $0
01/26/96 Schoellkopf Robert B Tr & Carol Tr $0
01/01/00 Schoellkopf Robert B $0
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From the Homeowners

This home - also known as one of the 'Victorian Twins' of Hyde Park or the 'Hyde Park Sisters' - was believed to be built around 1870 by William Voight, a local businessman. He also built 3570 Burch, which is the mirror-image to 3547 Burch. Voight and his wife Caroline moved into 3574 Burch and raised a daughter there while Caroline's two sisters and widowed mother lived next door. The couple's daughter Edith's likeness remains to this day in one of the original stained glass windows at the front of the home. William's father Lewis Voight was a successful businessman who owned a wall paper company, which explains the home's original wall covering in the grand foyer. The material is Lincrusta, a deeply embossed wallcovering manufactured in the UK that can also be found in Buckingham Palace and the White House. The house has had 5 owners (the 4th being the real estate development company who restored it) and has served 4 families. In its most recent restoration throughout 2019 and 2020, the home's interior was updated with period light fixtures, a custom stained glass window for the powder room and other enhancements to continue its legacy of grandness.