On The Market: An Old-School Indian Hill Home


8065 Spiritwood Court, Indian Hill
Currently listed for $2.15 million, this sprawling Indian Hill estate, “Carter Farm,” was reportedly built in 1926 by Dr. Burr Nolan Carter as a wedding gift for his new wife, Olga Ault. Their initials are apparently even carved into the home’s exterior, which itself is said to have been designed by Pennsylvania architect Richardson Brognard Okie.

Master Bath

Photograph Courtesy of Judy Recker

Media Room

Photograph Courtesy of Judy Recker

Today the property—once a 102-acre working farm—now spans three acres and the current six bedroom, seven-and-a-half-bath home has been dramatically updated. Highlights include a pub room, a dedicated dog wash, a nine-seat movie theater and a 35’-by-24’ family room, complete with vaulted, beamed ceilings, a huge stone fireplace and a loft overlooking it all.

Outside, there’s an in-ground pool (plus pool house and hot tub), enough garages to store five cars and a guest house with its own full kitchen. Carter Farm’s working days may be over, but we’re betting it would still be a pretty nice place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

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