About This 1844 Greek Revival For Sale In Vevay Indiana
U.P Schenck House in Vevay Indiana – This large Greek Revival was built in 1844 and sits on the banks of the Ohio River. Completely restored from 2001-2004, no detail was overlooked. Sitting on 2.7 acres and featuring nearly 7000 sqft, this home has 5 BRs, 3.5 Baths, 4 chimneys, 7 fireplaces, 2 car detached garage, in-law suite, sauna, hot tub swim spa, Anderson Windows, and much more.
The spiral stairway designed by architect Francis Costigan, extends in one long spiral from the first floor to the attic. A 100-year copper coated roof, installed in 2002, will protect the home for years to come. One of the homes most recognizable features is it’s 3 story, white pillared porch facing the Ohio River. Many of the original Schenck family furnishings remain, including silver, pewter, oil paintings, books, mantle clocks, Schenck family letters, and more. In order to keep the history intact the house comes fully furnished, including all relics, and other high-end reproductions.