Landmark home in Newcomerstown:the original 1874 Manor of the Honorable John Hardy. Designed by the renowned architect Jacob Snyder, the three story brick Italianate home is recognized for its 60 foot belvedere in the center. Circular drive. Ornate ceilings draw the eye upward and reflect architecture seen in European castles and cathedrals. Craftsmanship of generations past.
So much to see here: bedrooms lead to sitting areas and garden rooms. Rounded windows, six fireplaces, marble mantels, hand painted floors and borders. Lighted niches along the stairwell. In addition, there are barns, framed greenhouse structures, a framed outbuilding, fenced pasture and loads of architectural elements preserved and stored. Sq. ft. doesn’t include 3rd floor. Rare trees planted on the grounds. PLEASE ACCESS THE ATTACHED VISUAL TOUR and call for your own showing of the home, grounds and outbuildings.