One of the more unusual homes in Dublin – if not all of Central Ohio – is back on the market at a reduced price.
The 15,000-square-foot home, described as an “exquisite estate” on more than 13 acres along Riverside Drive, is listed for $3.499 million, a price drop of $400,000 from when it was for sale last year.
“Throw the cookie cutter back in the drawer because this home is as rare and unique as imaginable,” the listing says. “Sprawling rooms with custom woodwork, cabinetry, wall and ceiling murals and oak-carved chandeliers. Towering cathedral ceilings, secret passage way doors, and impeccable views of the Scioto River will have you picking your jaw back up from the floor.”
The house at 5622 Riverside Dr. was custom built by Ralph Fallon Builders in 1986, and has five bedrooms, six full baths and four half baths. There’s also a four-car attached garage.
Other features include a movie theater with a concession stand, a full spa with steam room, a basketball court, an outdoor patio area with a pool, a mother-in-law suite with a kitchen, and staff quarters.
There are fireplaces throughout, including one inside a nook, and other interesting features like a kitchen island that looks like a grand piano.
“It’s not your typical home, to say the least,” Harris said.