HUDSON, Ohio — Everything about the colonial revival on Deer Hollow is big: from the nearly 11,000-square foot main house to the sprawling five-acre tree-lined lot.
Built in 1986, the home has six bedrooms and ten bathrooms (six full). Brand new to the market, it comes with an asking price of $2.25 million.
Realtor Karyl Morrison with Howard Hanna says the home was inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. Distinctive features include the portico entryway, octagonal dining room and two-story wood-covered library/den. There’s also a great room with skylights and bar, renovated kitchen with fireplace, home theater, and a stately paneled billiards room.
The large master suite includes a sizable dressing room, private office and spa master bath. Downstairs, the basement features a home gym, full-swing golf simulator, wine cellar and rec room with bar and banquette.
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