Columbus Palace was registered for $8 million

Columbus-area home shoppers looking for a secluded getaway don’t need to look far.

For $8 million, they can buy their own sanctuary overlooking the Scioto River.

For that, they’ll get 16 bedrooms, a commercial kitchen, hand-painted murals, indoor fountains, a pool, a harbor with pier, tennis court, an orchard, croquet courts, shuffleboard, two country cottages, two stand-alone apartments, a creek and a pool, all on 6.8 acres.

Oh – and 28 bathrooms.

“It would definitely be great for entertaining,” said Stephanie Heyer, who lists the Scott Street home with Street Sotheby’s International Realty.

“It’s secluded, gated and totally privacy…it’s the resort lifestyle.”

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Hand-painted murals adorn many of the walls in this $8 million Scioto River home.

When the guests’ voice rises, the owners can return to their suites, which have two and a half bathrooms, three rooms that can serve as bedrooms, along with a kitchen, dining room and another room that can serve as dressing rooms. Room or gift wrapping room.

“There are a lot of features around the house that make it extraordinary,” Heyer said.

“The details, the building materials, the marble, the woodwork are fantastic, the lighting fixtures are fantastic, the murals and how they are incorporated into the building and his home are amazing.”

The Tuscan-style home, built in 1990, is so special that this week it landed on Zillow Gone Wild, the group of luxury real estate locations.

“Holy moly,” one commenter wrote on Zillow Gone Wild’s Facebook post.

Built in 1990, the house for sale on Dublin Road is inspired by classic European homes.

It is located on Dublin Road

At 4500 Dublin Road in Norwich Township, the house is full of oddities: a balcony extends over the entrance, allowing residents to wave hello or goodbye to guests; A 15-foot-high gate descends from the ceiling to protect the bedrooms on the second floor from intruders; Five-storey elevator 42 ovens and hairdressing salon overlooking the master bedroom.

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The house, now owned by a charity, was built by Don Ettore, who owned the now-defunct housing company Colistan Corp. The resort was also owned by Thomas Parento, a custom home designer who was sentenced to 22 years in prison for bank fraud. and other crimes.

Residents of this home for sale on Dublin Road in Norwich can welcome guests from a second-floor balcony overlooking the road.

The previous record sale was $5.2 million

If the mansion comes close to fetching the asking price, it will break the previous record for selling a home in the Columbus area. In 2010, Albany’s new home sold for $5.2 million, and in 2013, Tami Longaberger, then CEO of Longaberger Co., sold her home in the Nashport area for $6 million.

“I think that’s going to be the highest priced, single-family home in Central Ohio,” Heyer said. “We couldn’t pinpoint anything higher.”

The master suite of a Dublin Road house includes two and a half bathrooms and a dining room.

Hyer lists the property as 32,675 square feet, but that includes guest houses and detached apartments. She said that the main house is so large that it includes so many porches, huts, lofts, and other unusual spaces that it is difficult to determine the exact size.

Previous estimates put the main home at 24,414 square feet or 26,828 square feet, making it among the five largest homes in Central Ohio.

Harbor overlooking the Scioto River in a house for sale on Dublin Road.

The house also includes fireplaces – a lot of them.

“There are many stoves,” Heyer said. “I’ve already lost track of trying to count them.”

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