Mayor Ginther’s 1928 Clintonville Pad Is Up For Sale
The Mayor is moving.
Andrew Ginther’s Clintonville home just went up on the market, and it’s pretty darn charming. I’m a sucker for an old house, and this beauty was built in 1928. It’s got 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, and a little over 2,500 square feet to enjoy.
When it comes to having enough space for the kiddos, some parents would argue that there’s not a big enough house in the world. But this one has tons of great spaces for everyone in the family to enjoy a little quiet time, including a living room, a family room, and a rec room!
The house is currently listed for $525,000 and is located on historic E. North Broadway Ave. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?
10/10 on curb appeal, am I right?
I could drink some tea on this porch and probably be pretty happy about it.
Brb. Figuring out if I can fit all of my books into those built-ins.
Cozy reading nook? Convinient spot to take off your shoes? You do you, friend.
The dining room is pretty classic.
I will never, ever be mad about seeing a farm sink in a kitchen. Not now, not ever.
This little space off the kitchen seems like a great place to let the kids take over!
I’m pretty sure this llama painting probably doesn’t come with the house, but you’ll never know unless you ask.
The master bedroom is pretty spacious.
The guest room isn’t too shabby either!
No word on where the Mayor and his family will be moving, but you can bet someone is going to snatch this adorable house up pretty quickly!
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