Converted Stables Originally Part of the Hulbert Taft Estate in Indian Hill, OH for $1.5M
$1,499,000 | Built c.1932 | 5,927 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 3.5+ Baths | 3.01 Acres
5075 Taft Place, Indian Hill, Ohio, United States, 45243
One-of-a-kind converted stables originally part of the Hulbert Taft Estate in Indian Hill, Ohio are on the market for $1.5 million. The unique offering is currently labelled as pending and was previously listed as much as $1.75 million in 2017. The historic property was originally owned by and built for Hulbert Taft, nephew of former President William Howard Taft. According to aerial imagery on Historic Aerials, the Hulbert Taft Estate was in the process of being developed on a substantial 116 acre property in 1932. The main house with over 14,000 square feet was set back on the property while the original stables were built at the northern edge. According to Cincinnati Magazine, the property remained a single estate until the mid-1980s when it was subdivided into dozens of smaller parcels. The main house and stables remained together until 2002, when the two were split up, each with approximately 3 acres of land. The stables were then converted into a single family home with close to 6,000 square feet of space with four bedrooms, three full and two half baths. Many original features survived the conversion. The wood-panelled dining room was originally the barn’s tack room, while stable doors were repurposed and an original saddle rack and iron gates remain on site. This one-of-a-kind property is labelled as pending but is on the market for $1.5 million with Sibcy Cline Realtors.