Cincinnati Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Apartment, 1 Bedroom + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 2-3)
Whether visiting the Queen City for work or play, sleep soundly in the heart of the city & awake to the sun rising over the Ohio River valley.
Enjoy modern decor with a bit of kitch plus all of life's day-to-day amenities providing the comforts of home. Lounge or work in the living room with convertible sofa. Ample floor space to exercise in the seperate bedroom with full closet and queen sized bed. Stick to your healthy eating regime in your own fully equipped kitchen. Walk or run in the 186 acre park then stretch out on the secluded outdoor patio. A contemporary space in a turn of the century building, located in an interesting and historic neighborhood.
Landing Pad has a sister unit which rents monthly only. Contact us for more details.
GREAT location close to hospitals, UC, XU, NKU, Newport Levee, P&G, Convergys, Duke Convention Center, Aronoff, Music Hall, Taft, CAC, Cinti. Art Museum, Reds, Bengals, Cyclones, Mt. Adams, Playhouse in the Park...
Keywords: Studio, flat, business travel, corporate rental, househunter, relocation, sebbatical
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Staci Willenbrink
A Cincinnati native 'West-sider' and an Indianapolis transplant, we are enamored with the amazing architecture, rich history and affordable good living that the Queen City has to offer. We can likely be found photo hunting at the Historical Library, perusing Findlay Market, walking the riverfront or many (many!) steps in Mt. Adams, or gorging on Aglemesis ice cream.
Staci Willenbrink purchased this apartment in 2001
Why Staci Willenbrink chose Cincinnati
Back when the cable cars ran, Walnut Hills had the busiest business district in the city due to it's central location. We are in a great spot to get anywhere in Cincy in about 15 minutes or less. But we don't even have to leave Walnut Hills to get great food or hear live music!
What makes this apartment unique
You can see deer in the city! Located two blocks from our home, this street literally ends in Eden Park at the landmark water tower, Presidential Grove and Ohio river overlook. We were sucked in by these stately late 1800's brick units with tall windows and rear courtyards that have the feel of Brooklyn or Philly but are nestled amid acres of old trees & walk trails.