This home was built in 1927 by Pirates Hall of Fame Manager Bill McKechnie. At the time the local paper called it "One of the Prettiest Homes in Town" and it still is. In 1941, the Cincinnati Reds players, in town for a wedding at the McKechnie's home, crowded into the little playhouse Mr. McKechnie had built for his daughter and listened to the radio as Joe DiMaggio broke Willlie Keeler's hitting record. Years later the home fell into disrepair until it was purchased in 2009 and restored to its current glory. This lovely Colonial Revival center hall home has a traditional elegance combined with modern amenities. Find surprises around every corner from vibrant walls, to built ins and a light filled sun room. Relax in the formal living room with gleaming hardwood floors and cozy wood burning fireplace. Curl up in the sunny nook while watching the activity in the cook's dream kitchen with country island, butter cream raised panel cabinets, marble counters and professional grade appliances. Welcome guests to gather in the traditional dining room or hide away in one of the five colorful bedrooms or upstairs family room. Ready for game time? Downstairs is made for fun and friends with rich wool carpeting underfoot. Enjoy summer in the large yard, lush garden and restored playhouse, plus a 2 car detached garage. For buyers that are looking for the best in quality and style, this is a true dream home, ready to welcome your own dear friends.