4213 Eileen Ave Cincinnati, OH 45209
3 Bedrooms | 1.5 Baths | 3 Car
Fantastic brick home in prime Oakley location! Welcoming covered front porch with low maintenance composite decking. Amazing NEW custom kitchen in 2015 with built-ins and high end finishes. Open floor plan and surround sound in living room. Quality blinds throughout home and California closets in all 3 bedrooms. New roof 2015. High efficiency Luxaire furnace. New 75 gallon hot water heater in 2015. Exterior painted in 2014 and lanscape lighting added. Updated Plumbing and Electric. Rare 3 CAR garage with opener! Large full bath with jacuzzi tub and separate shower. Great outdoor living space includes stamped concrete patio, fenced yard, and deep lot! Located in the Hyde Park Elementary school district and near the Wasson Way Bike Trail. Stroll to restaurants, shopping, coffee, brewery, and more! 
★ Great Location.
★ Custom kitchen renovation in 2015.
★ Full Bath is large with separate tub & shower.
★ Open floor plan.
★ Outdoor living space.
★ Updated mechanics.
★ Move right in!  

Convenience to Downtown

Convenient loction just a few blocks to get onto I-71....be downtown in just 8 minutes for work, or to enjoy all that downtown Cincinnati has to offer!  Walk to Oakley Square, Rookwood, and Hyde Park Square.  Best place for grocery shopping as well; the new Kroger Marketplace, Fresh Market, and Fresh Thyme are all located in Oakley.  Enjoy a movie at the Oakley Cinemark Theatre.  Walk to local coffee shop, outdoor dining, unique boutiques, and so much more!  Located in the highly desirable Hyde Park Elementary public school district, with many private school options nearby. 

Oakley ranks #1 in livability!  

Wasson Way Bike Trail!

The Wasson Way is a proposed path that will go 7.6 miles from Victory Parkway to the Little Miami Bike Trail in Newtown. It will give 100,000 people, living within one mile of the trail, access to a network of over 100 miles of bike and pedestrian trails. With a short connector to Armleder Park near Lunken Airport, the network of trails will soon go from Coney Island to downtown, from Lunken Airport to Milford and beyond, eventually connecting to northern Ohio.

University of Cincinnati Professors in Urban Planning and Economics have done studies to indicate trails have a positive effect on property values.  This study concluded that homes within 1,000 feet of the trail had a $9,000 higher property value. Recent studies of the Wasson Way network of trails, conducted by the University of Cincinnati School of Design, Architecture, and Planning under the guidance of Professor vom Hofe, indicate significant increases in residential housing values.