Tanglewood

1422 Hill Crest Road, Cincinnati, OH 45224

 

Tanglewood is a historic home well situated on 2+ lush acres 15 minutes from downtown Cincinnati. Originally built as a country villa, the home has been designed and remodeled by Cincinnati’s famed architects, Samuel Hannaford, James W McLaughlin and John Scudder Adkins with great attention to detail.

Today, it is a fine 6800-sf Colonial Revival home with an imposing Tuscan porch. Tanglewood appears as it was last remodeled in 1924 with sympathetic conservation and preservation underway as modern conveniences are added. A period elevator runs from the basement to the third floor. A widow’s walk above offers a panoramic view down the valley to Cincinnati. The interior is generously and comfortably furnished with antiques and curios collected from world travels. The first floor offers 11-foot high ceilings. Large French doors create an open flow from the library (there are more than 5,000 volumes throughout the home), living room, solarium, entrance hall to the dining room. The dining room features the rare ‘El Dorado’ French scenic landscape wallpaper by Zuber and a full butler’s pantry beyond. With 14 spacious rooms in all, Tanglewood offers many unique features.

The lawns are in the style of an English landscape garden, natural and organic. It includes gently rolling lawns leading from the house to woodland beyond. Shrubberies with long graveled walks through bamboo and a pawpaw patch, mature trees, sweeping planted beds, garden benches, and picturesque garden architecture encourage exploration of the park-like setting. A circular drive leads around the house to the 4-car carriage house with a chauffeur's room. A decorative stamped concrete patio wraps around the back of the home. Ample parking is available on the property, as well as on street. 

Tanglewood is now available for film and television production use. Book it today for your next film project.

 
 
 

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