Cincinnati probably isn’t on everyone’s list of places to live at one time in their lives or another, but occasionally a home comes along that makes us think twice. The few photos along should speak for themselves, The Carneal House is a Federalist classic. Beautiful in all of its detail and apparently dripping in history – to regurgitate the brokers jumble, “The Carneal House. Circa 1815. The Carneal House has been recognized as one of the finest specimens of Federalist architecture in the country and has been painstakingly restored to its original grandeur. Noted for its famous visitors from Andrew Jackson to the Marquis de Lafayette, the complete restoration was carefully guided to retain its historic integrity while adding every modern amenity.”. I think it’s missing a pool, despite the questionable annual temperature averages, or a really big outdoor spa.
It’s currently for sale by Comey & Shepherd
Lavonda Susa Asch