The historic Sells Mansion that was built in 1895 by circus magnate, Peter Sells is now available. Peter Sells, a partner in the Sells Brothers Circus, hired prominent Columbus architect Frank Packard to design the house for Sells’ wife, Mary.
Frank Packard came up with a one-of-a-kind stew of Gothic, Tudor, Chateauesque, Romanesque and mission styles, spiced with plenty of individual touches, such as pointed brick details mimicking the fringe of a circus tent.
Frank Packard is responsible for designing numerous Columbus landmarks such as the Governor’s Mansion, the old Columbus Country Club and the Jeffrey Mansion. This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own the Circus House is now, allowing its’ new owners to put their own stamp on this historic landmark. ** Agents please read A2A Remarks**
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