Beautifully renovated historic Oakwood home offers gracious family living with excellent spaces for entertaining. The home has six bedrooms, three full and one half bath, along with first-floor den with gas-log fireplace and a large third-floor recreation room. Custom millwork, hardwood floors, and front and back stairs speak to the elegance of the early 20th Century when Julia Patterson Carnell, the young widow of NCR co-founder Frank Patterson and later patron of the Dayton Art Institute, built the Runnymede house as a summer getaway. Large eat-in kitchen has honed granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and custom cabinetry. Master has walk-in closet and attached bath. Three additional bedrooms on second floor and two beds on third floor—currently used as as his-and-her home offices—offer flexibility for large families or work at home. French doors lead to a columned porch; back garden has fountain and arbor-covered patio.
620 Runnymede Road Oakwood, OH