This lovely house built in 1895 has been the beloved home of artists Evan Hildebrandt and Alison Shepard for 11 years. Shepard and Hildebrandt moved to this home one year after they were married, and have made many improvements on the house over the years, including glass block windows, a large back deck, kitchen flooring, and brand new siding in the summer of 2015. This is a home filled with great care and love, with good energy baked in for over a decade. Shepard and Hildebrandt have plans to spend time abroad in Spain to further pursue their art careers, and this beautiful home could be yours! Before putting it on the market, the couple would like to share images and information about the house as a sneak preview while they are finding a realtor. For more info, stay tuned to the Artpocket Shepard Hildebrandt Blog and look for this home to be featured on MLS later this summer. In the meantime, be sure to tell a friend about this lovely home, or feel free to contact Evan and Alison if you have any questions.
This 3 bedroom home features a large living room, kitchen, and a dining room so big it has also served as a library and office. There is a spacious deck off of the kitchen and a patio and fire pit with plenty of room for parties and celebrations.
Here are a few shots of the second floor:
Shepard, a Sayler Park native, has created beautiful perennial gardens throughout the front, back and side yards, with color that lasts throughout the growing seasons. Hildebrandt, also an avid gardener has planted fruit-bearing trees including peach, apple, as well as raspberry, blueberry bushes. The flowers and trees have made this double lot yard a natural sanctuary for birds and butterflies.
Sayler Park is a great walking community and this home is just one block away from the weekly FARMER’S MARKET that runs May – October.
From the back deck and also the living room window, you can enjoy the view of beautiful sunsets in the western skies. This home is a wonderful retreat in a quiet, peaceful neighborhood, conveniently located only 15 minutes from downtown Cincinnati.