As a Buckeye myself, this living room jumped out at me when I saw it in the real estate listings. I’m not always a fan of words spelled out on walls, but I thought the “OHIO” was fun. It belongs to a brick Italianate house for sale in the German Village neighborhood of Columbus.
The house was featured in the March 2010 issue of Midwest Living and is now on the market for $950,000. Take a look!
It was built in 1920. Love the brick street and sidewalk.
I did a double-take at the globes spilling out of the fireplace:
Remember when I told you that interior brick walls and brick tiles were the big trend at this year’s Homearama? Here they are again:
This bathroom is interesting with the curved wall above the sink:
Want it? For more photos and information, check the listing. Their website says there will be an Open House today, so if you’re looking for a house in the Columbus area, you might want to stop by. (Thanks to Teresa for telling me about it!)
P.S. On Sundays I feature interesting houses that are for sale. Click here to see more.