The CBUS housing market just got even hotter with a Bexley home built in 1920 now on the market for $3 million. The mansion, which has a Spanish and Mediterranean-inspired style, is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places, which features historic places worth preservation. It also boasts some seriously impressive amenities, including:
- Downtown skyline views
- 12,861 sqft of space on 1.61 acres of land
- Eight bedrooms + seven and a half bathrooms
- A basketball court
- A library
- A courtyard
Originally designed over a century ago by Miller & Reeves, the home is being sold by Sandy Raines of The Raines Group Inc.