4161 Sherel Ln Cincinnati, OH 45209
$324,900 | 2,108 Sq Ft
3 Bedrooms | 3 Full Baths
Absolutely amazing brick home in the Pillars! Fantastic Oakley location in walking distance to shops, restaurants, brewery. Ideal open floor plan and beautiful hardwood floors. Remodeled eat-in kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and lots of storage. Spacious Master Suite featuring a walk-in closet, sitting area, and full bath with double vanity! Unique find...three full baths and over 2,100 square feet! New high efficiency HVAC system, freshly painted, new carpet in lower level. Vinyl replacement windows throughout the home. Attached garage with automatic opener. Finished family room in lower level, plus full bath and laundry room. Enjoy the quiet side porch and flat lawn. Located in the excellent rated Hyde Park Elementary school district and near the Wasson Way Bike Trail. Larger square footage, more bathrooms, updates and open floor plan make this a must see home in Oakley! No showings until 9/13.
• Kitchen completely remodeled with granite counters.
• Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom.
• Finished lower level family room.
• New furnace 2016 and new AC 2017.
• Desirable open concept floor plan.
• Vinyl replacement windows.
• New carpet 2018.
★ First floor bedrooms with hardwood floors and crown molding.
★ Living room with wood burning fireplace.
★ Authentic character and beautifully updated.
Convenience to Downtown
Wasson Way Bike Trail!
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.
Oakley ranks #1 in livability!