About This 1835 Italianate Farmhouse In Lancaster Ohio
THIS SOPHISTICATED & TIMELESS ANTIQUE BLENDS TRADITION WITH 21ST CENTURY AMENITIES. You can find this property in the Fairfield County 1875 Atlas. However, a quarter of a century before the beginning of the Civil War is when this stately brick 1835 farmhouse was built.
The extensive restoration and renovations of this home on 14 acres began in 2011. The new covered front porch is a replica of the original, and the double front doors and knobs are the original. The foyer has a welcoming feeling as you look on and up the two-story curved staircase.
There are four gas fireplaces, original red oak floors and stunning plaster crown molding that accentuates several rooms throughout this home. Formal living room, dining room and family room with three walls of windows, so you feel like you are sitting in nature with remote blinds for evening privacy.
There is an extra dash of style here in the chef’s kitchen! White cabinets with black island cabinets, country sink, leathered granite counter-tops, sub-zero refrigerator/freezer, gas stove with double ovens and walk-in pantry. The master suite has a large closet, floor to ceiling storage with a sliding ladder for easy access. The master bath offers tiled flooring a shower with glass walls and a freestanding tub.
The covered side porch leads you to the new three car garage with 75-year shingles and wood interior. Plenty of room to entertain the town on this enormous paver patio overlooking the beautifully landscaped grounds and pond with fountain. Close to town between the Lancaster High School and the Ohio University of Lancaster.
This house was featured twice on the Tour of Homes, won the Coronet Award in 2014 and was the venue for Tapas and Talk in 2015 for the Cameo Leagues’ Lancaster Festival Fundraiser. We look forward to showing this home to qualified buyers!