Mushroom House (Cincinnati)

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Mushroom House
Mushroom House.jpg
General information
Address3331 Erie Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio
Construction started1992
Completed2006
Design and construction
ArchitectTerry Brown

Coordinates: 39°08′28″N 84°25′25″W / 39.141219°N 84.423718°W / 39.141219; -84.423718

The Mushroom House (also known as the TreeHouse) is an ornately fanciful home built by architect Terry Brown in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.[1][2] The one-bedroom house features pressed copper ceilings and a spiral staircase entry.[3]

It was built between 1992 and 2006 and served as the architect's secondary residence until his death in 2008. Standing on the busy corner of Erie and Tarpis Avenues, it is a prominent Cincinnati landmark and one of Cincinnati's best-known residences.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tabitha Sukhai, Mushroom House, Cincinnati, Ohio. This Old House Online
  2. ^ Merkel, Jayne (August 11, 2008). "Terry Brown, Mushroom House Architect, Dies at 53". Architectural Record. The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Retrieved 8 May 2010.
  3. ^ Ball, Jennifer (Jun 2007). "Selling Points". Cincinnati Magazine. p. 94. Retrieved 2013-05-06.

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