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Historic House Listings

17 acres in Ohio. Circa 1800’s. $399,999

March 25, 2019

Love this Italianate in Ohio! This home was built in the 1800’s. It is located on 17 acres in Stoutsville, Ohio. Love the interior! The original hardwood floors have been refinished. There are two sets of staircases.  Located in Stoutsville, Ohio. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,646 square feet. $399,999

From the Zillow listing:

 

Welcome Home! This beautiful Italianate farmhouse is located down a picturesque country lane that will lead you to your secluded homestead. This property features original refinished hardwood flooring, butler staircase, gas burning fireplace complete with reclaimed wood in a stunning chevron pattern that adorns the face, custom barn beam mantle and hand forged corbels. Custom touches abound throughout. A 9 x 5 granite island anchors the soaring vaulted ceiling in the kitchen. The exposed barn beams that are original to the home offer a magnificent contrast to the patina seen on the antique metal ceiling. A first floor laundry room, bath with heated tile and double living rooms will offer ample space to host your family for their farmhouse holidays. The grand staircase in the front of the home completes the downstairs. Upstairs you will find a generous landing with two spacious bedrooms, original built-ins, bench seat and views as far as the eye can see. A new farmhouse bathroom and attic loft complete the spacious upstairs. Other features include, 26 new Jeldwen windows, doors, new furnaces, air units, tankless hot water heater, all new plumbing, electric, smoke detectors, well, pottery barn lighting and fresh paint. A true must see, this property will not last long!
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WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THE HOME

The character, a true farmhouse. The vibrant sun that rises in the west and sets in the east casting languid shadows that reflect on the bank built brick barn. This home is every Fixer Upper, Pinterest fan’s dream, a true one of a kind beauty that your family will cherish for years to come.

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