$5M Architect George Acock-Designed Contemporary Estate in New Albany, Ohio
$5,000,000 | Built 2007 | 10,186 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 8 Baths | 4.44 Acres
2 Crescent Pond, New Albany, OH 43054
Designed by architect George Acock and built in 2007 on a 4.44 acre estate, this custom contemporary retreat is pending sale after dropping to $5 million in September. Listing details: A 10,000+ square foot stunner on 4.4 acres in the heart of the New Albany Country Club community. Designed by George Acock and inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s idea of a residence and its property harmoniously merging into one, this home is an oasis nestled among woods and water. This exceptionally well maintained home features recently updated elegant living spaces with the highest quality finishes throughout. The outdoor spaces are designed for entertaining and relaxing including all the features that one would expect from an estate of this caliber. The property is pending sale and on the market for $5 million with Alan D. Hinson of New Albany Realty, LTD.
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