Listing of the Week: 8195 S Clippinger Dr

Listing of the Week: 8195 S Clippinger Dr

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This week we're packing our bags and heading for the Hill! Click here to check out this breathtaking Listing of the Week!

Back your bags and head to Indian Hill’s 8195 S Clippinger Drive! This $2.15 million home is within walking distance to Indian Hill Schools and backs up to a 10acre greenbelt! It features a private front garden with a French antique fountain, plus, it’s had some AMAZING work done – including the installation of an elevator, a $250,000 addition of a finished sunroom with a fireplace, a covered deck, and a storage room! There are hardwood floors, a fully integrated home-wide audio visual system, custom landscaping, a sprinkler system, a security system, and a central vac. With 5 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms, there is plenty of room for everyone to have their own space. The master bath features two showers, two water closets, a steam shower, and a large master suite with his and her closets. There’s custom cabinetry, detailed moldings, laundry areas, two mud rooms, a custom built bar, and a seriously decked out basement plus an exercise room, library/office, and walk-in closets in the bedrooms! 

This listing is sponsored by Ron Erdmann at Guaranteed Rate, the official mortgage professional of Cincy Chic.

Amy Scalia
Publisher & CEO - Amy Scalia, a Cincinnati native, is the editor in chief and publisher of Cincy Chic. Send her an e-mail at From growing up in the cornfields of Harrison and getting a Mass Communications B.A. degree in the bubble of Oxford, to living on the NKY side of the river in Newport and then Ft. Thomas, Amy Scalia has embraced Cincinnati with her presence. Her major life accomplishments include: being a mom of two girls and a boy, a 2010 "40 Under 40" recipient from the Cincinnati Business Courier, winning the "Best New Product/Service of the Year" Award from the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce and a national Web-writing award from ASHPE in 2007, a national feature writing award from ASBPE in 2006, and running three Flying Pig Marathons.