Enjoy light, bright rooms and great flow for entertaining! With three floors of living space, this 4000 sq ft home provides plenty of room for the modern family to spread out. New owners will appreciate the refinished hardwood floors, tastefully renovated kitchen in addition to updated electrical and plumbing.
The wide central hallway provides access to every room on the main floor, creating a great flow for entertaining.
Two sets of French doors open onto the columned front porch and fill the spacious living room with light.
Mirrored pocket doors reflect the glow of a candlelit dinner while by day, sunlight pours through the French doors and south facing windows on either side of the fireplace.
In keeping with the character of this home, the kitchen was renovated with honed granite counters, custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances.
A gas fireplace warms the first floor family room.
Historically accurate renovations blend gracefully with amenities for today's lifestyle.
Back stairs ascend from the casual kitchen eating area. Doors from both the kitchen and mudroom lead to the backyard.
Whether you need extra bedrooms, his-and-hers home offices or a rec room just for kids, the upper floors in this home offer endless options.
With charming dormers and storage this 21x17 ft space on the third floor can handle sleepovers, movie nights and more.
Creativity gets a room of its own at 620 Runnymede Road.
Through the years this warm and welcoming home has been the residence of notable Daytonians, including the founding patron of the Dayton Art Institute, a prominent local attorney, a champion snowboarder and Olympic silver medalist and a two-time Pulitzer-Prize-winning photojournalist.
The history of 620 Runnymede begins with Julia Shaw Patterson Carnell, who
not only gave a substantial sum of money to build the Dayton Art Institute but also helped choose the site and the architect.
Julia built 620 Runnymede for herself and her three children after the death of her first husband Francis J. Patterson, who with his brother, John, co-founded the National Cash Register Corp. Julia later married Harrie Gardner Carnell, of NCR & Third National Bank & Trust. Wright-Patterson Air Force base was named in honor Julia and Frank's son, Frank Stuart Patterson, an early test pilot who was killed in June 1918 in a plane crash at Wright Field.
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