This West Side Mansion is Giving Us Some Major ’90s Beach Vibes

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Tucked away in an unassumingly beige suburban neighborhood on Cincinnati's West Side, this Florida beach house-inspired home (7386 Southpointe Drive) offers a taste of sweet sunshine and 1990s glamor.

The owner of the unique home built the property in 1991 with the help of architect Robert Powell, and wanted to create a contemporary dream house that mimicked the style the owner admired during his summer visits to his family's home in Southern Florida.

Bathed in shades of blue, the home features massive windows and multi-pyramidal skylights, welcoming an abundance of light into the 6,000-plus-square-foot house.

The crown jewel of this $1.2 million home is the two-story spiral staircase and 32-foot pyramidal glass foyer, but the tastefully modern kitchen that overlooks the park-like yard, pink Italian-marbled master bathroom and rooftop terrace beckon honorable mentions.

The 5 bedroom, 6 bathroom abode is situated on five acres of private land, perched atop a hill that overlooks the Ohio River.

For more information about the property, reach out to listing agent Joanna Haehnle.