Home Heritage Homes Empty Barnhard and Parson Tudor Revival Reduced to $675K in Ohio (PHOTOS)

Empty Barnhard and Parson Tudor Revival Reduced to $675K in Ohio (PHOTOS)

Empty Barnhard and Parson Tudor Revival Reduced to $675K in Ohio

$675,000 | Built 1920 | 5,861 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 0.9 Acres
298 Corning Drive, Bratenahl, Ohio, United States, 44108

A spectacular Barnhard and Parson Tudor Revival with magnificent architectural details has been reduced to $675,000 in Bratenahl, Ohio. The property listed in September for $699,900. A splendid gallery entrance hall with barrel ceiling, exquisite plaster details, crystal wall sconces and coat room provides access to main rooms and elevator. The living room has herringbone style wood floors, a decorative ceiling medallion, a fireplace with intricate wood details, a bay window, panelled walls, leaded windows and a door leading to a large wraparound deck. A panelled library with an unusual fireplace, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves with ladder, two walls of leaded windows is off the hall. The formal dining room provides access to the deck and dream kitchen.

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The kitchen offers a coffered ceiling, island with seating, sink and dishwasher, double ovens, Subzero refrigerator, Jenn Air grill, additional sink and dishwasher, pantry, two sliders to the deck and access to large mudroom and attached garage. An impressive staircase leads to the second floor. The luxurious master bedroom suite consists of a bedroom with a fireplace, separate sunroom and an en-suite bath with double sinks, a spa tub, separate shower and walk-in closet. Four bedrooms, each with a private bath & laundry room complete the second floor. The third floor provides abundant storage. The lower level consists of a recreation room with a fireplace, beamed ceiling, and a slider to a secluded deck, two half bathrooms, bonus laundry room and added storage. Other features include a separate two-car garage with a bedroom and a full bath, central air and a generator. This beautiful 1920s residence is currently on the market for $675,000 with Michael Kaim of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.

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