This 180-Year-Old Dublin Home Will Make You Feel Like You’ve Been Transported To The Emerald Isle

Dublin is calling, and so is this incredible property.

This stunning historic house was built in 1840. Originally deeded by Thomas Jefferson, the home is listed in the National Historic Registry and it has managed to retain so much of its 19th-century charm. From wood-burning fireplaces to antique cupboards, the place is brimming with history.

This stunning Colonial style home has two bedrooms, e bathrooms, and over 2,000 square feet. The house has all of the craftsmanship you’d expect from a historic home. It sits on 3/4 of an acre, surrounded by trees overlooking a ravine and stream. There’s also an existing chicken coop, so your dream of farm fresh eggs can finally come true. The house is currently listed by John D. Hellwege with Myers Real Estate for $449,850.

Let’s take a closer look, shall we?

This house has some serious curb appeal. It’s quaint and charming and it feels like it could just as easily fit into the rolling hills of Ireland as it does Ohio.

The kitchen has a distinctly cozy vibe. With the timber beams in on the ceiling and the wide plank hardwood floors, you’ll feel right at home.

I am obsessed with these traditional painted floors in the dining room. Once you throw in the massive fireplace and the myriad of built-in storage, I’m sold.

The bedrooms are spacious and simple. They’ve got soaring ceilings, crown molding, more of the wideplank flooring we’re already in love with, and plenty of potential.

One of the best things about this home is all of the outdoor space. You’ve got room to entertain on the large deck nestled in the trees.

Plus, you’ll finally have room to start that garden you’ve been dreaming of.

Want to see more? You can check out the full listing here.

    A daily Columbus email you'll actually love.

    Every morning we compile the best of Columbus news & events and deliver it in a quick 5 minute read that sets you up with everything you need to be a well informed Columbusian. Columbusite. Cbussian? Whatever, give it a try, you'll love it.

    You have Successfully Subscribed!