5087 Palermo Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45244

5087 Palermo Rd,

Cincinnati,OH, 45244  

$420,000, 4 Beds,4 Baths, 3,520 SqFt

DSC07589All brick, two story executive home located in Polo Fields.4 Bedrooms,4.5baths,bonus room upstairs,front & back stair cases,and a room off the full bath that can have many uses.There is a large living & office rounding out the main floor.Wonderful level backyard with a screen porch & paver patio.spacious 3 car garage Finished LL w/ Bar & Media Room


  • Baths: 4 full, 1 half
  • Lot: 0.69 acres
  • Single Family
  • Built in 2000
  • Price/sqft: $119
  • MLS #: 1500658

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