The Five Most Expensive Homes in Ohio

There are some beautiful places to live in Ohio, with lovely garden landscapes, some with natural elements that make them a refuge from the busy hustle and bustle of the local cities. Whether you’re looking for a new home or just interested in seeing some truly beautiful houses, there are some breathtaking homes currently on the market in Ohio today. To stimulate your dreaming or give you some useful pointers, we’ve put together a listing of the five most expensive houses that are currently for sale in Ohio today.

5. Chagrin River Road estate in Chagrin Falls, Ohio – Asking price: $2,950,000

The main residence of this gorgeous estate is a Georgian manor home that features whitewashed brick on the exterior and a total update throughout the interior. One of the most appealing features you immediately notice upon entry is the stone terrace that encompasses an infinity pool, along with the added amenity of a hot tub that offers residents a panoramic view of the Chagrin Valley in all directions. The home is a showcase of luxury living and is suitable both for family living and for entertaining guest with a casually sophisticated interior. It also features a glass solarium that joins the entertaining area with the family spaces with an underground indoor sports complex that can be accessed via an underground tunnel from the house. If you think that this home is over the top, it’s only the fifth most expensive home in the state and it gets even better as we move down our list to the number one estate.

4. Chagrin Falls Estate – Asking price: $4,450,000

This classy luxury estate is named Roundwood Manor and it is located in Huntington Valley on almost eight acres of property. With this home, you get the best of both worlds. It offers privacy and seclusion but it’s just a 20-minute drive to the heart of the city. The home was built in 1928 and the design features private entrances for each of its separate wings with five and potentially more bedrooms. There is also a 60-foot indoor swimming pool that is complete with dressing rooms and there is also an outdoor tennis court. The home features a three-story in height skylighted and central hall that leads to the living room that is two-stories and is adorned with beams that are hand-hewn and French doors that lead to the terrace and the garden. Several of the rooms in the home are suitable for entertaining but there are also intimate spaces for relaxation along with a Dickens Library and an amply sized sunroom.

3. Shake Heights Estate – Asking price: $4,995,000

The third most expensive home that is currently available for sale today is one of the most iconic homes in Cleveland. The estate is in-town in a gated enclave that is placed neatly in amongst stone terraces and gardens. There is an in-ground pool on the grounds along with expansive areas of lawns that are perfect for outdoor entertaining. The home features a traditional design with a plethora of modern luxuries and amenities. The second floor of the home is the location of private suites and the master wing that comes with his and her baths with additional dressing rooms. A private library is located on this floor and the lower level s fully finished and suitable for entertaining and includes a pub and a family area.

2. Waite Hill Estate – Asking price: $4,995,000

The second most expensive home in Ohio that is currently on the market is an estate that is located in Waite Hill on Markell Road. It’s a gated estate that features excellent views of the Kirtland Country Club. The home is embellished with a basketball court and a two-lane bowling alley, along with a stone terrace, a stocked fishing pond and an outdoor fireplace. The majority of the rooms in the home are accented with carved chestnut and mahogany woods. It’s a five-bedroom home with nine bathrooms and seven fireplaces made of granite or stone materials with a 10 car garage at the bottom and a private apartment over the garage.

1. Brush Creek Lodge – Asking price: $5,995,000

This Manchester estate is a home that is located on a 595-acre resort that is located in Adams County, justs an hour east of Cincinnati. It provides privacy and ample opportunities to experience nature at its fullest. The views of the Appalachian foothills are breathtaking and the lodge offers 6,000 square feet of luxury interior. The home features seven bedrooms and an equal number of bathrooms. It doesn’t have to be used as a lodge, but this certainly is an option. There is ample space for entertaining, and when you’re not in the mood for company, it’s the ideal locale to relax and retreat from the world outside.


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