This house has so many amazing details that I don’t even know where to begin! This was built for Mrs. Dora Farrin. She was a widow with six children. Her husband was a large manufacturer of wood siding and flooring. This home was built in 1911. It is located on .56 acres in Cincinnati, Ohio. This grand home features original hardwood floors, raised wainscoting, grand staircase, amazing fireplaces, built-in bookshelves, built-in seating, exposed beams, vintage light fixtures, old icebox, ribcage shower and vintage tile. There is a detached carriage house on the property. Seven bedrooms, five bathrooms and 6,983 square feet. $250,000
Contact Nicholas Motz with EXP Realty: 513-615-1999
From the Zillow listing:
Opportunities such as this are – indeed – rare. 19th century entrepreneurs/owners of M.B. Farrin Lumber Co. commissioned Kennedy & Adkins Architects to design this stunning home. Artisan Charles Pedretti, who worked alongside S. Hannaford & Sons, crafted this & other notable Cincinnati estates. The amazing woodwork, architecturally significant details, generous spaces, expansive grounds, detached carriage garage/house – showcase this turn-of-the-century estate.
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