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Midcentury hillside pad with tons of potential asks $550K

This house on stilts in Cincinnati, Ohio, could be a killer with the right decor cheme

View of a grey-framed linear post-and-beam structure with balconies perching on stilts over a gently sloping hillside.
Windows and balconies line every side of this rad pad.
Photos via Zillow

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Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Price: $549,900

Details are few, but here’s a cool 1960 home on stilts whose broad floors cantilever over a gently sloping hillside in Cincinnati.

Designed by Carl Strauss, the simple structure’s light grey frame blends in with the lush surroundings while balconies line the perimeter, offering plenty of vantage points from which to enjoy the views.

With four bedrooms, four baths, and an open layout measuring 4,400 square feet, the flat-roofed residence combines clean lines, sliding glass doors, hardwood floors, and otherwise plain interiors that make the house an ideal blank canvas.

The house also incorporates multiple flexible spaces that can be used as a home office, den, formal living, dining, and so much more, all of which have direct access to the outdoors thanks to windows that line every side of the house. Located at 4086 Egbert Avenue, the property is offered at $549,900.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty