Originally designed by Kennedy & Adkins Architects and custom made by Artisan Charles Pedretti and S. Hannaford & Sons, this estate is a real materpiece made in 1911. It was meant for Mrs. Dora Farrin whose husband was a large manufacturer of wood siding and flooring. The location of the property is in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Let’s begin with the interior. All in all, seven bedrooms and five bathrooms. Astonishing details and characteristics including vintage light fixtures and tiles and also exposed beams. Furthermore, raised panels (the most traditional wainscoting style) and antique ice box. Additionally there are a few built- ins like bookshelves and seating. On top of that, this home has something very special like vintage bathroom fixtures – ribcage shower. Grand home-grand things like staircases and fireplaces. So 6,983 square feet.
Lastly there is an outbuilding consisting of a coach house. All things considered $250,000.