This German Castle-Inspired Ohio Home Has Us Packing Our Lederhosen

Built in 1900, this beautiful Columbus chateau (1330 Bryden Road) was inspired by a castle in owner and German immigrant Charles Frederick Myers' home country. The five-bedroom, three-bathroom historic home spans nearly 10,000 square feet with intricate woodworking and tiling inside and out, as well as sculptured lion heads and stained-glass features. The home is priced at $997,000 and is on the market for the first time in more than six decades. For more info, reach out to listing agent Michael A. Casey. 
Photos by Seth Myers - Vitality Pictures

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This German Castle-Inspired Ohio Home Has Us Packing Our Lederhosen
Seth Myers - Vitality Pictures

This German Castle-Inspired Ohio Home Has Us Packing Our Lederhosen
Seth Myers - Vitality Pictures

This German Castle-Inspired Ohio Home Has Us Packing Our Lederhosen
Seth Myers - Vitality Pictures

This German Castle-Inspired Ohio Home Has Us Packing Our Lederhosen
Seth Myers - Vitality Pictures

This German Castle-Inspired Ohio Home Has Us Packing Our Lederhosen
Seth Myers - Vitality Pictures

This German Castle-Inspired Ohio Home Has Us Packing Our Lederhosen
Seth Myers - Vitality Pictures

This German Castle-Inspired Ohio Home Has Us Packing Our Lederhosen
Seth Myers - Vitality Pictures

This German Castle-Inspired Ohio Home Has Us Packing Our Lederhosen
Seth Myers - Vitality Pictures

This German Castle-Inspired Ohio Home Has Us Packing Our Lederhosen
Seth Myers - Vitality Pictures

This German Castle-Inspired Ohio Home Has Us Packing Our Lederhosen
Seth Myers - Vitality Pictures