Colonial Revival-Style Shotgun Cottage

Colonial Revival-Style Shotgun Cottage

W_LeMay
This is a model of a house that was once located at 1731 Queen City Avenue in Cincinnati, Ohio. Constructed around the turn of the 20th Century, the charming cottage had a prominent Palladian window above the front porch, as well as a deceptively large interior, due to the sloping terrain it sat upon. The house was occupied up until 2014, at which point it was purchased for the Lick Run Project, and unceremoniously left vacant for several years before being demolished, along with several other historic structures in the heart of the once-beautiful center of South Fairmount. The house was centrally located in what was the remaining portion of the neighborhood's main business district, but the controversial Lick Run Project ripped out some of the most significant and built-up portions of the neighborhood. At this point, it is unclear as to whether or not the Lick Run Project will succeed in revitalizing the neighborhood, or become a glorified highway median and drainage ditch. Feel free to use this model as you see fit, on the condition that you contact me first so I know where it is being used (I'd love to see it wherever it ends up), and give me a mention or credit wherever it is used or published. #Cincinnati #ColonialRevival #Cottage #HistoricArchitecture
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