You’ll Either Love Or Hate This Unique 64-Year-Old Home In Worthington
When it comes to shopping for your Dream Home, the most important criteria to check off your list is whether or not it is, in fact, your dream.
Maybe when you hear “dream home,” you think shiplap and a bright, white kitchen. Maybe you think of a cozy cabin in the woods with beautiful views of nature. Or maybe, just maybe, you picture a one-of-a-kind midcentury modern abode with artful touches throughout.
This home is truly unique. Built in 1956, every inch of its 5,498 square feet offers something surprising and unexpected. With 5 bedrooms, 4 and a half bathrooms, and a vaulted great room that overlooks a picturesque ravine, there is a lot to be excited about.
But the real artistry comes in through the details. From hand-carved totem poles to stained glass, there is so much to see in this home, located at 1073 Ravine Ridge Dr. The home is presented by Susan Wainfor with Keller Williams Consultants and is currently listed for $875,000. Now let’s get in there and take a closer look.
You’re greeted right away by a hand-carved totem pole representing Teva, the Goddess of Water. It’s quite a way to make an entrance.
When you first walk through the front doors, chances are you’ll be drawn to the massive wall of windows showing off the views.
The main living space is positively gargantuan, with beautiful vaulted ceilings, a feature fireplace, and an open concept.
I mean, talk about letting the natural light in.
The kitchen showcases a variety of patterns and materials.
But I think we can all agree that the stained glass up top steals the show.
Just off the kitchen you’ll find a spacious breakfast area.
And down the hall you’ll find the impressive primary suite.
Whether you want to shower or soak, this bathroom has you covered.
The guest spaces are beautiful and the vaulted ceilings carry throughout.
I think we’re ready to head downstairs, and what a staircase it is.
On the lower level you’ll find tons of additional living space.
Including another kitchen!
There’s no such thing as “too many fireplaces”.
The outdoor space at this home is phenomenal, with sweeping views of the ravine below.
I wouldn’t mind admiring that view while I have my moring coffee.
The home sits on a little over an acre of land, which means you can explore this gorgeous ravine whenever you feel like it.
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