This Bexley Mansion Seems Like It Would Eventually Lead You To Narnia
Nestled in Bexley, this stately stone home is bursting with charm.
Built in 1969 for the John W. Wolfe Family, the home has a traditional elegance to it. The attention to detail in this home is honestly kind of place where you imagine climbing through a wardrobe to Narnia as a kid.
From small things like crown molding to focal points like the amazing fireplaces, it feels like it’s straight out of the Edwardian era. It has 4 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, 2 half bathrooms, and over 6,000 square feet. The home is currently listed for $1,250,000.
Is anyone else getting Pride and Prejudice vibes? No? Just me?
Come on. It has an English countryside sort of charm to it, right?
If you love the Umbrella Girl at Schiller Park, good news! You can have your own at this house!
There’s plenty of room for all of your toys.
I’m not a huge fan of wallpaper but there’s something about it that undeniably works in this property.
The home is charming and even a little whimsical.
Each room feels well defined and purposeful.
Plus, there are tons of unique little details throughout, like this mural in the dining room.
The kitchen is nice and modern.
Okay, for real. Somewhere in this room leads to Mr. Tumnus. I’m sure of it.
Everything about the home is so inviting. If you want more info, or to schedule a showing, you can click here.
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