1402-10 Locust Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45206
Located in East Walnut Hills, Bulluck Terrace offer you modern living in a historic neighborhood.
Bulluck Terrace has 34 units with several floor plans to choose from. High style amenities include granite counter-tops, stainless steel appliances, a beautifully landscaped courtyard and much more.
Conveniently located minutes from downtown and within walking distance to shopping, eateries and exercise facilities.
Graceful living. Secure community. Affordable pricing.
Come enjoy life at Bulluck Terrace.
- Hardwood Floors
- Separate storage room
- Ceramic Tile
- Secured building
- Armstrong Cabinetry
- Secured Parking
- Granite Countertops
- Landscaped Courtyard
- Washer and Dryer
- Stainless steel appliances
- Exercise room
- AND MORE!
By the mid-1800’s, an early establishment of German settlers congregating around St. Francis de Sales Church and the development of residences with scenic view of the Ohio River toward the east by affluent Cincinnatians served as the basis of the area known as East Walnut Hills.
Right after the Civil War in 1866, this district was incorporated as the Village of Woodburn in an effort to distinguish it from the general Walnut Hills suburb. It was subsequently annexed by the city in 1873 and continued as a prosperous commercial and residential district throughout the 19th century and much of the 20th.
Built in 1913 on the site of the former Madison Pike Brewery and Biergarten, Bulluck Terrace was originally named The Gables, perhaps a literary allusion to the popular Hardy novel of its times, The House of Seven Gables. This architectural feature has been emphasized to highlight its historic and literary connection.
Designed in the American, eclectic Tudor style and reflective of the grand mansions populating East Walnut Hills, it served as a link along the corridor between de Sales Corner and the Williams YMCA and what has now become the St. Ursula School Complex. In the early 1970’s, The Gables Apartments were renamed Bulluck Terrace in honor of Samuel H. Bulluck, a long time resident and board member of the Walnut Hills Area Council.
Since it’s inception, East Walnut Hills has retained its essential historic character. Join us in the renaissance of a historic Cincinnati community. Take part and make Bulluck Terrace your new home.