Cincinnati House Rental Photos and Description
House, 2 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 1.25 Baths, (Sleeps 7)
Charming Dutch Colonial home built in 1908. Tall ceilings and hardwood floors. Shady patio on side of house. Front porch overlooks the quiet street. Kitchen has a back door leading to small porch. Tree lined street of single family homes and duplexes. One block to public bus transportation, and one block to Hyde Park Square full of shops and restaurants. Short walk to Rookwood Commons with more shops and restaurants. Cincinnati's best bakeries and ice cream shop, every kind of food, wine bars, outdoor dining patios, huge trees and gardens make Hyde Park the perfect walking square - the best of Cincinnati. Conveniently located near downtown, Mount Adams and Eden Park with beautiful conservatory and art museum. New beds - queen in one bedroom, queen and twin in second bedroom, queen pull-out sofa in living room. Check in after 4 pm, check out before 11 am. Small house with large windows - feels just like home.
House next door - 3 bedroom - also available - or rent them both together for large groups: vrbo.com/386785
Keywords: Two bedroom house one block from Hyde Park Square, lots of restaurants and shops.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Ginger Howard
We grew up in Cincinnati and love staying in Hyde Park when we visit friends and family. We are living in Charleston SC this year - Jim does real estate consulting, and Ginger teaches workshops on Mail Art. She taught elementary school for years. We love to hike and kayak and cook dinners for family. When not visiting Cincinnati, we head to Berkeley to visit our two grown children. Jim and Ginger attended Miami Univ. in Oxford, the Univ. of Cincinnati, and Xavier Univ.
Ginger Howard purchased this house in 2010
Why Ginger Howard chose Cincinnati
This is the perfect spot for exploring Cincinnati - the city of seven hills. Hyde Park has a wonderful walking area full of shops, gardens, and restaurants. It is close to Rookwood Commons, Eden Park, Downtown, Oakley and Mount Adams. Be sure to try the black raspberry choc chip ice cream at Graeter's. Concerts at Riverfront, ball games, historic Arnold's restaurant, the new Freedom museum, amazing Union Terminal (includes a children's museum) are a short drive downtown. A one hour drive brings you to the antique shops of historic Lebanon, Ohio with the famous Golden Lamb Inn and Restaurant, King's Island, or the old rivertown of Augusta on the Ohio River in Kentucky (Leave your car on the Ohio side and go over on the ferry - a great small walking town). Try swimming and take a picnic to Coney Island or watch the horses at River Downs.
What makes this house unique
Cute house full of charm and character in a nice neighborhood. Kitchen recently opened up to the dining room making both rooms light and bright. New stainless refrigerator, dishwasher and gas stove. Both bedrooms upstairs have new carpet and ceiling fans, and new wonderful mattresses. Washer and dryer in basement with laundry tub. Parking on the street.
Guestbook comments from the owner
We had a wonderful stay this past weekend. Our daughter and her family (from Chicago) loved the place and our son and his family (who live in Cincinnati) saw it for the 1st time as well, and were very impressed. We watched our 2 granddaughters Friday so our daughter-in-law could run errands and we were able to easily walk to the preschool at Knox Presbyterian. A real plus!
I did quite a bit of cooking there and found the kitchen to be very well equipped. Thanks!!
We are SO happy to have found your place and hope to use it often. Thank you for providing such a charming place to stay. : )