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Beds:
4
Baths:
4.00
Sq.Ft.:
7,939
Status:
Active
MLS#:
216016759
Type:
Single Family
Lot size:
3.06 Acres
Year built:
2005
Courtesy: HER, Realtors Broker Phone: 614-855-8700 Sandy Raines 614-418-7417
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Stunning custom waterfront estate overlooking the Hoover Reservoir offering luxury & relaxed living. Superb private gated location & meticulously maintained property. Grand cathedral 2 story foyer, great room & kitchen. Beautiful hardwood floors, open expansive floorplan w/picturesque views year round from every rm. 5 level split w/spectacutar open gourmet kitchen with an xtra lg island, open gallery mezzanine library w/wet bar & custom finishes thru out.Expansive private owners suite offers elegance & serenity w/wrap around water views, outdoor living area, spa bath, study & dual walk in closets. Add'l luxury features include a Exercise studio, cedar closet, generator, a boat stake, garages for 6 cars. Perfect entertaining & graciousliving home & exclusive peninsula w/panoramic views.

Beds:
5
Baths:
5.00
Sq.Ft.:
6,080
Status:
Active
MLS#:
216016084
Type:
Single Family
Lot size:
5 Acres
Year built:
2001
Courtesy: Carleton Realty, LLC Broker Phone: 614-891-0000 Tracy Keffer 614-949-4270
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Living in the park with 5 acres surrounded by woods and a pond! This custom ranch offers 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, beautiful dining room and family room with oversized windows. Stunning kitchen with tons of natural light from the high quality sky lights. Other features include a large sun room for casual gathering, an office with built-in cabinet, and great patio for weekend parties. The full finished basement could serve as a mother-in-law suite. 4.5 car garage. OLENTANGY SCHOOL. This beautiful home is tucked away back from the main street so you are the king of your own kingdom! 1 mile from I-71 and the new outlet mall. SEE A2A REMARK.

Beds:
4
Baths:
5.00
Sq.Ft.:
4,316
Status:
Active
MLS#:
216014510
Type:
Single Family
Lot size:
5.29 Acres
Year built:
1994
Courtesy: The Alt Company Broker Phone: 614-268-5080 R. Stratton Alt 614-554-5255
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Spectacular home located on 5 beautiful acres with mature trees, a serene setting in Galena. Gorgeous kitchen featuring granite counters and stainless steel appliances. Formal living room and a private study, 3 fireplaces. All 4 bedrooms have private full baths, owner's suite features jacuzzi tub. Another full bath on first floor. Over 3,100 square feet on the 1st & 2nd floors. Finished lower level recreation room includes entertaining area, walk-out onto brick patio and access to deck and hot tub. Spacious screened in porch overlooks pond with dock and lush landscaping. 3 Car Garage.

Beds:
4
Baths:
7.00
Sq.Ft.:
7,641
Status:
Active
MLS#:
216014348
Type:
Single Family
Subdivision:
Sage Creek
Lot size:
4.64 Acres
Year built:
2005
Courtesy: HER, Realtors Broker Phone: 614-891-7400 Kathy Greenwell 614-818-7210
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A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN THIS INCREDIBLY SOPHISTICATED FARMHOUSE STYLE HOME BY GIULIANI IN PHASE FOUR OF SAGE CREEK NESTLED ON 4.64 ACRES WITH A STREAM AND WALKOUT LOWER LEVEL OFFERING NEARLY 7,700 SQUARE FEET OF STUNNING LIVING SPACE! THE MAGNIFICENT PROPERTY FEATURES A LIGHTED TENNIS/BASKETBALL COURT, PUTTING GREEN, A FABULOUS SUMMER KITCHEN WITH BAR & FIREPLACE, HOT TUB, A TRANQUIL WATER FALL AND WOODED BIKING TRAIL! IMPRESSIVE CRAFTSMANSHIP & DESIGN OFFERS EVERYTHING YOU DESIRE FROM THE EXQUISITE OWNER RETREAT, BEAUTIFUL ISLAND KITCHEN & HEARTH ROOM, MORNING ROOM, TWO STORY GREAT ROOM, MUSIC ROOM, DINING ROOM WITH WET BAR, SPACIOUS SUN ROOM, LOFT, BONUS ROOM, GORGEOUS LOWER LEVEL WITH KITCHEN/BAR, MEDIA ROOM, STUDY, WORKOUT & CRAFT ROOM PLUS A GOLF PRACTICE ROOM TO PERFECT YOUR SWING

Beds:
5
Baths:
5.00
Sq.Ft.:
5,200
Status:
Active
MLS#:
216013820
Type:
Single Family
Subdivision:
Summerwood
Lot size:
1.01 Acres
Year built:
2002
Courtesy: HER, Realtors Broker Phone: 614-771-7400 Nicole Yoder-Barnhart 614-273-6309
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R&H custom built home on over an acre on private court w/private lot w/5 bdrms one in finished lower level that walks out to covered patio w/separate entrance and has a full kitchen and bath perfect for separate living space. 1st flr den, master suite, laundry. 2 cozy fireplaces w/huge entertaining size kitchen w/cozy hearth room or eating area. Brick patio for outdoor entertaining. 3 car side load garage. Dual staircases & more! Whole home generator! You must see all the detail and space to believe it!

Beds:
4
Baths:
4.00
Sq.Ft.:
2,937
Status:
Active
MLS#:
216013255
Type:
Single Family
Subdivision:
Summerwood Lakes
Year built:
2016
Courtesy: HMS Real Estate Broker Phone: 614-766-4111 Alexander Hencheck 614-766-4111
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Welcome to the Bradford Villa Toscano plan in exciting new community of Summerwood Lakes. After stepping into this beautiful home, you're greeted by a 2 story foyer. Elegant hardwood floors throughout the 1st floor. Moving past the 1st floor study and dining room you enter the chef's dream of a kitchen with stainless steel appliances, gleaming granite counters, ceramic tile backsplash, walk-in pantry & large center island all open to the spacious family room w/corner gas fireplace with stone surround. Upstairs is the perfect & private owners suite w/tray ceiling, bathroom w/double bowl vanity, soaking tub w/separate shower & a walk-in closet almost as big as a bedroom. Full ready to finish basement. This home has all the quality and beautiful you have come to expect. Welcome Home.

Beds:
4
Baths:
5.00
Sq.Ft.:
6,193
Status:
Active
MLS#:
216014716
Type:
Single Family
Lot size:
1.36 Acres
Year built:
1970
Courtesy: Keller Williams Capital Partners Broker Phone: 614-888-1000 Troy Marsh 614-750-2144
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Enjoy the fantastic 180 degree views of Hoover Reservoir on this private 1.36 acre lot. The home sits 16 ft above the water line(higher than the dam) to eliminate flooding possibilities. The total home is over 6,000 sq ft. The most recent addition features an all split faced block exterior,no load bearing walls (perfect to make this house exactly what you want), wood floors throughout are protected by the existing carpet and several rooms with amazing views of the reservoir. The detached garage could also be the guest house & features split faced block exterior, a finished second floor,a half bath & is plumbed for a kitchen and full bath. The septic system has been updated with a new leach bed. Walking trails throughout the grounds provide the peace & tranquility you are looking for.

Beds:
4
Baths:
3.00
Sq.Ft.:
3,366
Status:
Active
MLS#:
216012164
Type:
Single Family
Subdivision:
Brookview Manor
Lot size:
0.36 Acres
Year built:
2016
Courtesy: The Realty Firm Broker Phone: 614-898-5397 Charlene Fairman 614-425-7676
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This amazing new build at Brookview Manor has tons of space with a full basement, added sunroom, a den, planning center for organization, walk in closet/storage space off the oversized garage entryway. The kitchen has beautiful upgraded cabinets, granite countertops, a pantry and a tile wall backsplash. Includes both casual and formal dining areas. Walk inclosets in all bedrooms. Brookview Manor is located in the Olentangy school district. The neighborhood offers oversized home sites as well as open green spaces and ponds. Why start from scratch! Put this New Build home on your must see list. Home should be complete in July, 2016. Interior Photos are from a model of this home and are not the actual property.

Beds:
4
Baths:
5.00
Sq.Ft.:
5,480
Status:
Active
MLS#:
216011837
Type:
Single Family
Subdivision:
Grand Oak
Lot size:
0.31 Acres
Year built:
2005
Courtesy: RE/MAX Town Center Broker Phone: 614-428-7444 Roya Ghodsi 614-342-6553
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This open,five level split plan home is designed for family fun. Four Complete finished level and more. Sunny & bright custom built by Bob Web. Large Great room and formal dining room. Cook's kitchen boasting with 42'' cabinetry,SS appliances, granite counter tops & breakfast bar. Master bedroom offers whirlpool tub and huge closet. Irrigation, security, state of the art Theater room in lower level ,storage shed, walking path. Near elementary school and Polaris parkway and much more.

Beds:
4
Baths:
3.00
Sq.Ft.:
2,700
Status:
Active
MLS#:
216010040
Type:
Single Family
Subdivision:
Roesland Subdivision
Lot size:
1.78 Acres
Year built:
1972
Courtesy: Coldwell Banker King Thompson Broker Phone: 614-880-0808 Carol Morrison 614-313-3560
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Situated on a beautiful 1.78 acre wooded lot, the home was completely remodeled when the additions were built in 2004. The heating system has individual thermostats in each room and the A/C has 2 zones for complete control of comfort levels. Assets include fresh paint,a custom built field stone fireplace in the great room, stainless steel appliances with 2 ovens, cherry cabinetry, spacious bedrooms, lots of closet space,security system, and a huge Trek deck. The north wing is wheelchair friendly which could be an in-law/teen area with private entrance. The north 2 car garage is heated,the barn/storage building has a concrete floor, electricity and an overhead door. There's even a buckeye tree in the front yard!!!

Beds:
5
Baths:
7.00
Sq.Ft.:
8,105
Status:
Active
MLS#:
216003964
Type:
Single Family
Subdivision:
Sage Creek
Lot size:
2.25 Acres
Year built:
2004
Courtesy: Ohio Broker Direct, LLC Broker Phone: 614-989-7215 Joan Elflein 614-989-7215
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Luxury awaits in this majestic European Estate! ... Fully remodeled home nestled in gated community. 10' 1st floor ceiling. 2-story foyer & living room. Gorgeous cherry library w/ fireplace and floor to ceiling bookcase. Large formal dining room. Conservatory overlooks 2.25 wooded acres & ravine. Gourmet kitchen. Dual master suites: 1st floor master w/ massive ADA shower and large walk-in closet. Expansive 2nd floor owner's suite, w/sitting area, 3 walk-in closets & luxurious master bath w/soaking tub & walk-in shower. 3 addt'l bedrooms up, each enjoy their own bath & walk-in closet. Oversized bonus room. ... Finished lower level w/walkout features open concept entertainment space, full bath, craft room, workout room, play room & plenty of storage. ... Must see!

Beds:
3
Baths:
2.00
Sq.Ft.:
1,952
Status:
Active
MLS#:
215041966
Type:
Residential, Single Family New Construction, New Home Plan, Pre-Construction, New Home Community, Residential Lot, Efficiency
Lot size:
0.33 Acres
Year built:
2016
Courtesy: HER, Realtors Broker Phone: 614-824-5419 Joseph Wahlsmith 614-309-0649
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Beautiful Ranch floor plan with 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, full basement, Formal Dining Room, Great Room open to the kitchen and dinette making it a great floor plan for entertaining. The Owner's Bedroom is a private retreat and features a large bath with double vanities and a walk-in closet. This is new community offering 1/3 of an acre home-sites located in Big Walnut Schools.

Beds:
4
Baths:
3.00
Sq.Ft.:
2,560
Status:
Active
MLS#:
215041930
Type:
Residential, Single Family-Detached, Single Family New Construction, New Home Plan, Pre-Construction, New Home Community, Residential Lot, Two Story, Efficiency
Lot size:
0.32 Acres
Year built:
2016
Courtesy: HER, Realtors Broker Phone: 614-824-5419 Joseph Wahlsmith 614-309-0649
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ABOUT THE HOME Featuring a center hall colonial design with a rear staircase, the Ravenna offers all the amenities you need for modern life in a timeless design. Walking into the foyer, a generous family room is straight ahead, with a formal living room and dining room to either side. Add a fireplace in the family room to make it even more cozy. The ample eat-in kitchen features an optional island and large pantry. Add the optional morning room with breakfast bar and gourmet island to create a cook’s paradise with plenty of room for entertaining. Off the kitchen is a large home office, connected to the living areas but still offering privacy. Next to the home office is a powder room and convenient family entry. Upstairs are 4 bedrooms and 2 baths standard, along with a coveted 2nd floor laundry. The hall bath features an optional double bowl vanity. The owner’s suite is luxurious and features a huge walk-in closet. Choose to upgrade the owner’s bath with a soaking tub and shower. You can also add a bonus room for a playroom or whatever meets your needs Featuring traditional elevations, two with porches, and offering a finished lower level in many areas, the Ravenna offers today’s homebuyer an option for every need. Images shown are a Model Home and for illustration purposes only.

Beds:
5
Baths:
2.00
Sq.Ft.:
1,628
Status:
Active
MLS#:
215041473
Type:
Single Family
Subdivision:
LAND,,5 acres, half income producing, other half g
Lot size:
5 Acres
Year built:
1901
Courtesy: Coldwell Banker King Thompson Broker Phone: 614-228-0808 Amy Hawk 614-530-4295
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Stunning 5 acre lot for building a dream home. Lovely Pond and gazebo on lot. Do Not miss this Terrific opportunity! WON'T LAST and Zillow has it listed at 398.000 unique 5 acre current income receiving property. (1800.00 a month) to build additional home next to large pond and gazebo. In addition to home listed there is a second home being rented for 800.00 a month. The second home is a ranch with 3 BR. 1 full bath full basement. In addition, two out buildings and workshop great to store boats or lawn supplies. Located in between Alum creek state park and Hoover reservoir. Please view all pictures...it truly is a wonderful lot. Columbia Gas and Delco water. Minutes to Polaris.

Beds:
6
Baths:
5.00
Sq.Ft.:
8,793
Status:
Active
MLS#:
215041045
Type:
Single Family
Lot size:
5.53 Acres
Year built:
1993
Courtesy: HER, Realtors Broker Phone: 740-522-7946 Daniel Swick 740-403-9774
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Gorgeous Luxury Estate Echoes 18th Century Georgian Authenticity! Home Features Reclaimed Southern Long Leaf Pine Floors, American Black Walnut Stair Treads & Landings, 5 Fireplaces, Including Authentic Dutch Oven In Kitchen, Authentic 9 Over 9 Marvin Windows with True Divided Lites, Large Owners Suite Includes Private 30x24 Office, 3rd Floor & Lower Level Finished, Asphalt Driveway w/ Rolled Gravel On Top. Carriage Suite Includes 1200 SqFt Apartment Suite Above The Three Car Garage. Two Tier Patio Terrace Made of Pennsylvania Blue Stone, Over 80,000 Bricks Used For Main Home, 18,000 Bricks for Carriage House. Masterpiece Of Elegance, Sits On Nearly Six Acres On Hoover Reservoir w/ Extensive Water Frontage. This historical Georgian home has its roots in the 18th Century. It is a combination of livability to serve today’s active family and attention to detail from the 1700’s. The center section of the home is mid Georgian architecture and the wings are late Georgian or early Federal architecture. The design echoes the Evelynton Plantation home located next to Westover Plantation on the James River between Williamsburg and Richmond Virginia. The Carriage House design is based on the stable built at Carter’s Grove Plantation. Carter’s Grove is located just west of Colonial Williamsburg on the James River. THE GEORGIAN PERIOD: The Georgian Period of architecture in colonial America was a time of formal style and elegance from approximately 1700 until 1780 when Georgian melded with subtle changes into late Georgian or early Federal architecture. Georgian mansions were marked by exquisite detailing, regular geometric shapes, ornament, and formal symmetry. Georgian was the dominate style in its time for the landed gentry who could afford its grandeur. Roots of colonial Georgian are traced all the way to the Italian Renaissance and its emphasis on classical detailing. That early style resurfaced in England in the mid-17th century where it dominated the architectural scene from approximately 1650 to 1750 under such masters as Christopher Wren. It reached the shores of colonial America approximately 1700 at a time of new prosperity. Most early American Georgian homes were built from patterns and carpentry books shipped from Europe. The basic Georgian house was a simple two-story box with symmetrical windows and doors and two rooms deep. In the South, roofs were either hipped or gable pediment. The simple two-story symmetrical box that was early Georgian architecture went through a Late Georgian period of transition approximately 1760 to 1780 into the Federal Period. Late Georgian architecture made heavy use of classical details. The classical form was derived from the classical architecture of ancient Rome, as interpreted by 16th Century Renaissance architect, Andrea Palladio. CARTER’S GROVE PLANTATION: On the crest of the hill overlooking Wolstenholme Towne and the James River stands the impressive eighteenth century mansion, Carter’s Grove. The powerful and wealthy Robert “King” Carter purchased the property as a wedding gift for his daughter Elizabeth Carter Burwell. In accordance with King Carter’s wishes, the estate was named Carter’s Grove and became the property of Elizabeth’s son Carter Burwell, after her death. It was Carter Burwell who constructed the handsome brick mansion. Construction began in 1750 and took five years to complete. The home remained in the Burwell family until it was sold in 1838, the ownership of the estate charged hands several times before Mr. and Mrs. Archibald M. McCrea purchased it in 1927. With the help of Richmond architect W. Duncan Lee, the McCreas carefully restored the home. Mr. McCrea was also interested in equestrian pursuits, and it was probably at his suggestion that architect W. Duncan Lee included the stable and paddock in his plans for the restoration of Carter’s Grove. BRICK: By the 16th Century, brick was a fashionable building material in England, a country well supplied with stone. The status enjoyed by owners of brick houses was a factor in the use of brick for the construction of the finer houses built by English settlers in America. In the colonies the number of brick buildings was small compared to those built of wood. Bricks have always been manufactured locally, partly because of their bulk and weight and partly because the clay and sand from which they are made are found almost everywhere. Clay is highly plastic when wet; it tends to warp or crack when burned. To reduce these tendencies, the colonial brick maker added sand to clay in a proportion of 30% to 70%. The mixture of sand and clay would shrink about eight percent in drying and another six percent in firing. Each until was therefore molded correspondingly larger in a wooden mold. After drying, bricks were stacked for burning. They were heated to a temperature of about 1800 degree F. Many bricks in a kiln were not exposed to that high a temperature and were softer and lighter in color. These bricks were shaped for arches above windows and doors. Temporary kilns were called clamps. Clamps were constructed with dry raw bricks. Several walls or necks were built, parallel to each other, each three bricks in thickness. At a height of about two feet, the necks were joined by corbelling courses into a single mass that built up to a height of eight or ten feet. The tunnels near the bottom served as fireplaces. At first the fires were built up gradually, then the heat maintained for several days. Clamps fired 40 to 50 thousand bricks at one time. Brick sizes have varied since ancient Roman times. Standard bricks since 1899 are 8-1/4 inches long, 4 inches wide, and 2-1/4 inches high. Bricks used in the mid eighteenth century were larger: 9 inches long, 4-1/4 inches wide, and 2-3/4 inches high. This house used the larger size bricks of the colonial period. The basement is laid in an English Common Bond pattern. Hand cased, no two bricks are alike and, each row of bricks alternates; one row laid with the long side (stretcher) facing out, and the next row laid with the short end of the brick (header) facing out. The basement is capped with a special row of bricks called the water table course. Bricks walls above the water table course are laid in the Flemish Bond. In Flemish Bond, stretchers and headers are alternated within each course. Mortar joints are tooled and scribed in what was called a “rule joint” or “grapevine” joint. The terms come from the method of using a rule for a straight edge and the end of a grapevine to smooth the joint and place a narrow line in the middle of the joint. The arches above windows and doors are flat or “jack” arches. The bricks for the arch are molded into a wedge-shaped form. In colonial times the wedge-shaped bricks were formed by rubbing rectangular bricks with an abrasive block (rubbing stone). The smooth, rubbed faces contrast in color with the rest of the wall. The rubbed bricks are laid with thinner joints than other bricks in the wall. Approximately 18,000 bricks were used to build the carriage house and approximately 80,000 bricks were used to build the main house. FIREPLACES: There are five fireplaces, each sized to the room it is in. The fireplaces are built in the way of the 18th century and not like most “modern” fireplaces. To appreciate the advantage of the colonial fireplace, one must understand the differences and why a modern fireplace does not work well or at all in some cases. Fireplaces, like many other important features of the 18th century way of life had, by the late 19th century, become “old fashioned”. As the stove, and later the furnace with central heating, came into general use, fireplaces not only went out of style but went out of houses: they were bricked up or ripped out and destroyed. It was not until the start of the 20th century that a few persons began to decry the destruction of a feature that had meant so much to our ancestors and to appreciate the charming values of the open fires, values both aesthetic and social. Measured in cold science, there is no question about the efficiency of furnaces to produce many more BTU’S of warmth. But furnaces produce no other kind of warmth. They can never give forth the bright, cheery, happy quality of high sparkling flames leaping up in a well-built fireplace. No central heating plant could exude and instill calmness and introspection or create a romantic aura as does the delightful open fire. From about 1900 onwards, masons, contractors, builders, and architects began to design and construct “modern” fireplaces. These sorry versions of the original are so badly designed that they consistently smoke and fail to heat. They are so deep and squatty that they provide neither the kind of warmth that keep people from being cold, nor the aesthetic, social and sentimental warmth. The rules of the 18th century fireplace are simple. First rule is to construct the fireplace and the chimney space above it so that a plumb-line dropped from the middle of the throat will fall precisely in the middle of the floor of the fireplace. Second rule is to arrange the inside space so that there will be a constant circulation of air when the fire is burning. The warm air goes up the inside front wall of the chimney, and the cold air, from outdoors, comes down the inside back wall of the chimney. This is accomplished by building a proper smoke-shelf that is curved from the back with a narrow opening in the front. The cold air descends down the back wall of the chimney, hits the curved smoke-shelf, and starts back up the inside wall of the chimney mixing with the hot air rising from the fire. This action creates a continuous draft which takes the smoke and vapor generated from the fire up the chimney no matter what the outside temperature or wind conditions. Projecting the radiant heat is the next most important item. This is accomplished by proper relation of the angle, depth, height, and slant of sides and back of the fireplace. Unlike the “modern” fireplace that is deep and squatty, the fireplace is shallow and high with slanted sides and back. The kitchen fireplace is a true cooking fireplace as well. It is large with a moveable crane for hanging pots over the fire. It also has a Dutch Oven that is heated when used by taking coals from the fireplace and placing them on the floor of the oven. The oven is equipped with its own flue. WINDOWS: The windows used in the house and carriage house are made by Marvin Windows with true divided panes. They are as close as possible to the type, size, and style of the colonial windows with the modern requirements of high energy efficiency and tilting sashes or easy cleaning. Most windows are 9 over 9 windows, which means there are 9 small divided glass panes in each sash and two double hung sashes in each window. The 9 over 9 pattern is used from the first floor to the third floor with each floor’s glass size decreasing proportionately. The all wood exterior window frames were made on site to match those of 1750 and set almost flush with the face of the brick as was done in 1750. The shutters for the windows in the center section of the house are on the inside. The walls are 22-1/2 inches thick. The shutters appear as raised carved panels on the side of the window when in the open position and can be swung from their pockets on each side of the window and closed across the window to partially or completely shutter the window. In the 18th century, wooden homes had the shutters on the outside and brick homes had the shutters on the inside. Inside shutters have the advantages of ease of closing and opening as well as not being exposed to the weather. GABLES: The brick gables on the house and carriage house are full Pedimented Gables with modillions. DORMERS: Dormers of the period were kept as close to the width of the window as possible. The siding was run parallel to the roof and used ship-lapped and beaded boards. The boards start with a wide board next to the roof and each succeeding board becomes narrower. This was done to create the illusion of height when viewed from the ground— the boards becoming narrower seem farther away. The dormer gables are Pedimented Gables. ROOF: The roof shingles are Own Corning Berkshire, simulated slate. Each shingle weighs 8 lbs. TERRACE: The terrace is surrounded with brick walls laid in Flemish Bond with limestone caps. The stone floor of the terrace is Pennsylvania Blue Stone. This terrace is built similar to the terrace at Evelynton Plantation. LANDSCAPING: The foundation plantings consists of plants similar to those found at Evelynton and Williamsburg area homes. The borders are boxwood, Vardar valley variety. The plants next to the building are rhododendron, PJM variety. There are dwarf white spruce and there are two Magnolia trees. FLOORING: The people of colonial Tidewater Virginia had their choice of woods from virgin forests-oak, maple, walnut, poplar and the southern long leaf pine. The wood of choice for floors was the southern long-leaf pine. This tree grew only in the Tidewater area, and the Carolinas and the northeastern Georgia. The last of this species in virgin forest was harvested about 100 years ago. There is currently an effort to reestablish this tree on 44,000 acres of forest land in South Carolina. All flooring in the main house except bathrooms and laundry (ceramic tile) and master bedroom seating area (carpet), are southern long-leaf pine. This lumber has been salvaged from torn down buildings. The treads and landings of the stairway are American Black Walnut. The newel posts and handrail are also American Black Walnut. The floors in all the rooms of the carriage house are carpeted. DOORS: All doors are raised carved panel doors with ovolo (or thumbnail) sticking. The Hinges are wrought iron H and H-L surface mount hinges. The rim locks and door knobs are from Baldwin Brass. PAINT: All interior paint except the gathering room is Martin-Senour Company’s authentic Colonial Williamsburg colors in satin enamel and named for the building there were originally in. ROOMS: Room sizes given are finished sizes without closets, window seats or dormer areas. All rooms have 10 foot ceilings except Gathering Room which is 12 feet and Master Bedroom Seating area which is 9 feet. The Entry is 12’-3” x 12’-11”. Walls are raised carved panel. Paint is Palace Parlor Cream. The Gathering Room is 22’-6” x 28’-6” with 12ft ceilings. Walls are raised carved panel and colors are of early federal period-light rose on wall, medium rose on trim. The Library: is 13’-2” x 15’-4” Two walls have book shelves from floor to ceiling, color is Wetherburn’s Tavern Pale Blue. Fireplace has marble surround. Built in window shutters on interior. The Dining Room is 17’-3” x 13’-10”. Fireplace wall is raised carved panel and other walls are wainscoted with raised carved panels. Built-in window shutters on interior. Rough in for electric for chandelier. Colors is Palace Dining Room Pearl Blue. Candle light fixtures. The kitchen is 14”-3” x 28’-6” overall. (The eating area is 14’-3” x 11’ and the kitchen area is 14”-3” x 17’-6”) The cabinets are American Black Walnut with Birch interiors. Countertops are quartz with tile backsplash. The Downstairs Bath is 8’ x 6’-10” and includes a shower, ceramic tile walls and pedestal sink. The Laundry is 10’-4” x 8’. Cabinets are American Black Walnut with Birch interiors. Countertop is ceramic tile. Master Bathroom is 14’-3” x 17’. Fireplace wall is raised carved panel. Color is Brafferton Blue. Master Bedroom Seating area is 20’-2” x 26’-6”. Trim color is Brafferton Blue. Master Bath is 13’-5” x 7’-10”. Trim is Brafferton Blue. Front Bedroom is 11’-3” x 13’-4”. Trim is Benjamin Powell House Red. Rear Bedroom is 14’-9” x 11’-2”. Trim is James Southall Blue Rear Bathroom is 7’-9” x 5’-7”. Trim is James Southall Blue. Rear Middle Bedroom is 12’-6” x 13-.5”. Trim is Levingston Kitchen Green. Upstairs Bath is 7’-9” x 5’-8”. Trim is White Floating Staircase and landing leading to the third floor. Storage Space over Gathering Room is 20’-2” x 26’-6” and is unfinished. Third Floor is the same area as second floor and is completely finished. Garage is 24’ x 20’ two car, with stairway to the basement. Basement is finished with 10 ceiling except area under Gathering Room which has 8’ ceilings. Carriage House is 1200 square feet with 3 bay garage 12’ high ceiling and living area above consisting of kitchen, dining room, living room, two bedrooms each with 2’ x 12’ closets, and bath with laundry closet for full-size washer and dryer. INSULATION: Walls in the front, and the back of the upstairs and ceilings on the main house are R38. All other walls are R19. SEPTIC SYSTEM: There are two holding tanks and two leach fields. The leach field in use is alternated quarterly. HOT WATER TANKS: Purchased and installed in August 2013. Natural Gas. Carriage House has 40 gallon tank; main house has 50 gallon tank. FURNACES: Purchased and installed in September, 2013. Natural Gas. Both furnaces are the top of the line Lennox two stage gas burners with variable speed fans. Carriage House furnace has 45,000 BTU’s and the main house furnace has 135,000 BTU’s. HOT TUB: Sundance Hot Tub seats 6 people.

Beds:
4
Baths:
5.00
Sq.Ft.:
4,134
Status:
Active
MLS#:
215029987
Type:
Single Family
Subdivision:
Woodhaven Estates
Lot size:
2.77 Acres
Year built:
1994
Courtesy: RE/MAX Impact Broker Phone: 614-523-1000 Sidney Huck 614-523-1000
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********OWNER SAYS MAKE OFFER!******** Perched on a high bluff over looking a big quiet cove of Hoover Reservoir, this amazing 1994 built French Country 2.77 acre private estate, with walkout basement, is designed to capture all beauty of lake living. Great deep water access makes this property the ideal place to enjoy all the Hoover water sports and nature watching. Go see the baby eagles! The Woodhaven peninsula has only a few houses so very private quiet dead end street. The owners did their updates in 1999 to this quality built house but you will likely do the same but a solid built house is the number one thing first. Heating and cooling costs are kept low with newer geothermal system. ***** The seller encourages buyers to make an offer for this great spot in Woodhaven Estates.***

Beds:
6
Baths:
10.00
Sq.Ft.:
12,500
Status:
Active
MLS#:
215026142
Type:
Single Family
Lot size:
5.02 Acres
Year built:
2006
Courtesy: Coldwell Banker King Thompson Broker Phone: 614-889-0808 Neil Mathias 614-889-0808
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As you enter through the private gated entry, you get a sense of what you are about to encounter. As you pass by the 2,200 sqft, 3 bedroom country guest house, you will know this property is something special. But as you pull up to the front of this 12,500 sqft English Brick and Stone Estate you will know that you have arrived! No detail was left undone and every finish is top of the line. The architecture is stunning yet warm and the water views of Hoover will take your breath away. The deluxe gourmet kitchen is the heart of the home and offers an inviting hearth room as well. From the walkout LL with dedicated theater room to the expansive master suite or the 6-car rear courtyard garage, there is nothing more you could want from this truly special home. See A2A remarks

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