3746 Drake Ave Cincinnati, OH 45209
4 Bed | 1.5 Bath | 1,832 Sq Ft



Prime location on premier street in Oakley! Welcoming front porch and beautiful refurbished arts and crafts wood door to greet you. Elegant foyer with hardwood floors, coat closet, chandelier and natural woodwork. Fall in love with original details-stained glass, large covered porch, exposed brick. Plus modern conveniences-renovated kitchen, open floor plan, family room, powder room. First floor features a living room AND family room with vaulted ceiling and skylights. High-end kitchen with 42 inch shaker style cabinets, granite counters, commercial grade appliances including gas 6 burner range with hood. Open concept with counter bar seating. Master bedroom with two closets and hardwood floors. New full bath 2015 with large vanity, tile floor, and shower/tub. Two additional bedrooms on 2nd floor. Faux wood blinds throughout the home. Fourth bedroom is on 3rd floor with carpet and skylight. Large tiered deck and very deep lot for the area!  Privacy fence, shed, garden, and plenty of driveway parking.  Move right into this renovated home, and enjoy a walkable lifestyle by Wasson Way Bike Trail! 

• Kitchen completely remodeled with quality finishes.
• Pella windows throughout home.
• Skylights replaced 2017.
• Exterior painted 2015.
• Remodeled full bath 2015. 
• Custom blinds throughout home.
• Professional landscaping. 
• Large tiered deck. 
• High efficiency furnace. 
★ Over 1,800 square feet of space.
★ Beautifully maintained and fantastic curb appeal.
★ Amazing flat yard!
★ Coveted gaslight street. 
★ First floor family room and powder room.  
★ Walkable location to everything.
★ Excellent rated Hyde Park School District.
★ Authentic character and modern luxuries!


Wasson Way Bike Trail!

First Phase of the Trail will is open! The Wasson Way is a 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.