International-Style Rauh House is For Sale by Sibcy Cline Realtors in Cincinnati, Ohio

The Rauh House – one of the first International-Style homes built in the United States – has been completely renovated and is available for sale by Sibcy Cline Realtors. This nationally recognized home was designed by Cincinnati architect John Becker in 1938.

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10068 Leacrest Road, Cincinnati, Ohio - The Rauh House

Throughout the renovation, every detail of Cincinnati architect John Becker has been replicated...

(PRWEB) June 21, 2013

The Rauh House - one of the first International-Style homes build in the United States – has been completely renovated and is available for sale by Sibcy Cline Realtors. This nationally recognized home was designed by Cincinnati architect John Becker in 1938.

The Rauh House was restored through a two-year project to its original character of openness, rectilinear lines and simplicity. Its industrial feel was a trait of the International Style and is very much appreciated with today's home decor trends.

The home was built for the family of insurance executive Frederick Rauh and the restoration was headed up by the Cincinnati Preservation Association and funded by Rauh's daughter, Emily Rauh Pulitzer (who lived in the house until she was 24.) Protective covenants are in place. Emily Rauh Pulitzer, a leader in the arts, married the grandson of famed newsman Joseph Pulitzer. She is a recipient of the National Medal of Arts from President Obama. Pulitzer desires someone to enjoy her childhood home while preserving its beauty and historic significance.

The home maintains its original footprint and floor plan of over 4,400 square feet. The residence has a larger master suite and six other bedrooms and five and one-half bathrooms. The home maintains its integrity to the International Style with white rooms and white interior decor.

Throughout the renovation, every detail of Cincinnati architect John Becker has been replicated while adding twenty-first century mechanical systems and efficiencies including geothermal energy. Restored landscaping follows the original designs of A.D. Taylor (who also designed the landscaping at the Pentagon in Washington D.C.)

Read more about the home and its renovation from Architect magazine.

The Rauh House at 10068 Leacrest Road in Cincinnati, Ohio is available for sale through Jenni McCauley and Anthony Woodward of SIbcy Cline Realtors.

Sibcy Cline is the largest residential real estate company in Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana with 1,200 agents and 23 locations.


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