This Home Might Just Be Worth Moving to Ohio
Creativity is key when designing a home of this caliber. You get one shot and have a pretty hefty purse to work with, so make the best of it. Unfortunately, somebody did it REALLY well on a house.. in Ohio. But it might be worth moving there just to live in this home.
Parts of it don't even feel real, some of it even feels like you've stepped back into 1800s France. And then, there are the strange angles in so many rooms that won't make you soon forget this home is nearly 100 years old!
This Tudor Revival was built in 1925, and it's big. Five Bedrooms, Six Bathrooms, 7,388 sq. feet. And just looking around the outside, you can guess it's got a lot of uniqueness to it. You'd almost expect to find it on an English, or French countryside with cows, pigs, and chickens grazing in the pasture next to it.
And then there's the inside.
"A stunning two-story dome ceiling Foyer leads you into the elegant living spaces. The living Room is highlighted by a wood-beamed ceiling, stone fireplace, and double French doors opening to a stone courtyard patio with fountain. A warm and inviting barrel ceiling Sun Room overlooks the Living Room."
Yeah, domed ceilings, exposed wood beams, and a library that would make Belle from Beauty & The Beast struggle to fill with her books. This home is seriously a journey, and at only $899,000.. seems like a bargain! It even comes with a hidden room from the Library to... somewhere.
Take a look at it, and see if it's worth moving to Ohio.