Filed under: Estates
This home in the village of Indian Hill in Cincinnati, Ohio has me smitten for one reason "the Canterbury room." This home built in 1933 has a two-story library wing called the Canterbury room which features raised quotations in stone above the fireplace from Chaucer, Dante and Shakespeare and looks like an English great hall. The home is approximately 13,000 square feet and sits on nine acres. There are nine bedrooms total and the home includes all sorts of stained glass, carved stone and wood details that add to the feeling that this is a treasure from another era. At $8.7 million, it's a high price for the area but this is a truly stunning home right down to the stone carving of the home and its name, Cobble Court, on the wall.
Related: This isn't the only Cobble Court around, check out Cobble Court in Glen Cove, New York, an estate we featured in October 2006.
Gallery: Cobble Court