If I had three words to describe this stately Tudor near Bexley, they would be: details, details, details.
Every nook and cranny of this incredible home is full of incredible, thoughtful details. I’m not exaggerating. Before we get into all of that, let’s get a little background on this place. Constructed in 1926, the home lies in Parkview, a neighborhood straddling the Columbus/Bexley border that has a ton of character… and million-dollar price tags.
This particular home has 6 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, 3 half bathrooms, 5,883 square feet and it sits on a nearly half-acre lot. There are technical perks like Sonos speakers and all new mechanical systems throughout, plus practical perks, like top-of-the-line appliances.
The home is currently listed for a cool $1,695,000 by Melanie Schottenstein with Street Sotheby’s International. Okay, now that we’ve got those details out of the way, let’s get into the details we all came here to see.
Like this amazing, wood-burning fireplace. Do you see those Tudor roses carved into the stone? Stunning.
I mentioned the top of the line appliances, right? Think of all of the food you could cook on that stove.
Chandaliers galore, people. Galore!
Handwashing has become a top priority lately, and I’d happily do it all day, every day in this sink. That is a work of art.
Now that you know to be keeping an eye out for all of the amazing details, let’s take a wider look.
This great room is a straight-up great hall. I half expect to see a full on Pride and Prejudice-style party in here at any moment.
The kitchen is modern, massive, and full of amazing surprises. I’m looking at you, herringbone hardwood floors.
Why yes, that is a gorgeous little breakfast nook with panels of intricate lead glass surrounding it. Afternoon tea, anyone?
The dining room has some truly beautiful crown molding, as well as plenty of space to display your art.
I would fill this room with so many plants.
Every Tudor home needs a lovely office/library where the lord or lady of the house can get some work done.
But they also need a room where you can go after a long day to relax. Hello, bar.
The master suite is a gigantic, blank canvas. If I move in, you can believe it’s getting the full Hufflepuff common room treatment.
I never thought about how amazing it would be to have a washer and dryer in your closet, and now I can’t stop thinking about it.
The master bathroom is something to behold. There’s beautiful marble, a fireplace, luxurious finishes, and a giant bathtub for soaking.
Oh, and this magnificent shower. I’m going to give you a moment to process the extreme wave of bathroom jealousy that’s crashing over you right now.
The remaining bedrooms are cozy and inviting.
And there’s plenty of room to hang out in the finished attic.
The most magical spot in the house has to be this top-floor bedroom. I’m 31 years old and I would still call dibs on that floating top bunk.