This historic Midtown home is on the market for the second time since 1939. The Georgian style house is centrally located in one of Columbus’ trendiest neighborhoods and in close proximity to the vibrant Downtown.
Midtown is quickly becoming one of the hottest areas to live in Columbus. Just a short distance from Downtown, Midtown provides residents with the perfect opportunity to live, work and play all in the same area. North Columbus was once the place to be, but recent moves by the young, urban professionals who have been flooding the area have subverted that assumption. Columbus’ newest cohort of the young, wealthy and fun have chosen to invest their time and money into the rebirth of Midtown and Downtown. This beautiful historic home is located in the heart of that vibrant area.
Located in Wildwood, the Georgian house was built in 1939 and remained relatively untouched until it was purchased by Chris Harman and his husband. They remodeled it with the help of Sam Hartin Construction Company and have upgraded this traditionally decorated home to the highest standards. At 2,000 square feet of traditional elegance, the Wildwood home is a perfect fit for anyone.
The living room beautifully displays the carefully curated pieces the Chris and his husband collected over the years. The artwork comes from Chris’ personal collection and his favorite piece hangs above the mantle. The landscape work came directly from the Governor’s Mansion in Illinois. The comfortably ornate lounge chairs near the gas log fireplace were purchased from Hinson Galleries. The antique coffee table was purchased at Scott’s Antiques. One notable piece is tucked away in this room: the antique trunk that originated from the Plaza Hotel in New York City.