Seated on 227 acres in Warren County, this Washington Township ranch-style home complete with a detached two-car garage is lovingly called Highpoint Estate, and it offers considerably more features than your average suburban residence.
For starters, it’s situated on the highest point in Warren County—hence the property’s name—providing breath-taking views. One can take in these picturesque views from nearly every room in the five-bedroom three-bathroom home, especially its recently renovated second-floor library and its sprawling wrap-around first-floor covered porch. This porch provides the perfect spot to watch the sun set on the rolling hills, forest growth, fenced-in pastures, and waterways that surround the home. And for being just four miles from I-71 and a short drive from Lebanon, Mason, and Northern Cincinnati, the property offers an incomparable level of tranquility and privacy, lending a country feel in an urban county.
For the outdoorsy homeowner, there is no shortage of undertakings on this massive piece of land. Whether you know how to fly or aspire to learn, the private landing strip and airplane hanger are ready for its next pilot. If flying doesn’t peak your interest, you can tend to horses in the state-of-the-art stables or go for a swim in one of the two nearby ponds. No matter your activity of choice, this home and its vast acreage provide the perfect retreat to relax and entertain with family and friends.