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$ 1,255,360 | 4 Bed | 3.0 Bath


The original home to former US Senator & Astronaut, John Glenn. Designed in collaboration w/ renowned Architect, Woody Acock. A true masterpiece. This sprawling ranch w/ breathtaking views of the Scioto River is nestled on over an acre of beautiful, mature landscaping. Sitting at the highest point between the bridges w/ Griggs Park just across the river, so that no traffic can be seen from Riverside Drive, day or night. A private, secluded cove is where you will find the boat dock w/ trex decking, perfect for parking all boat equipment. Other noteworthy features include the large stone patios, tranquil stone landscaped waterfall and additional workshop for water toys, grandfathered to allow for a fenced yard. Showings Start Friday 4/8. See A2A for additional details.

Buyer Agent

Jeff Ruff

Property Details

Status Closed
Property Type Residential
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3 Full / 0 Half
Sq. Ft 3,789 (approx)
List Price Sq. Ft $354.97
Year Built 1974
Township Norwich
School District HILLIARD CSD 2510 FRA CO.
Style 1 Story
County Franklin
Address 3996 The Old Poste Road
Corp. Limit None
New Construction No
Assoc/Condo Fee $0.00

Interior Details

Air Conditioning Central
Basement Desc.
Fireplace Log Woodburning,One
Interior Flooring Carpet,Other-None,Wood-Solid or Veneer
Interior Amenities Dishwasher,Electric Range,Microwave,Refrigerator,Water Filtration System
Heating Electric,Forced Air

Exterior Details

Acreage 1.150 Acres
Parking Type 3 Car Garage,Attached Garage,Opener
Exterior Wood Siding
Parcel Number 200-000061
Exterior Amenities Boat Dock,Deck,Fenced Yard,Patio,Storage Shed,Waste Tr/Sys,Well
Windows Insulated All
Complex/Subdivision Amenities

Additional Details

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Just west of Grandview Heights and Marble Cliff, Hilliard has made a name for itself among the suburbs of Columbus. New housing developments continue to spring up.