3News’ Andrew Horansky takes us inside the house as soon as owned by information anchor Judd Hambrick.
BRATENAHL, Ohio — A novel property lately hit the market, and it has fairly a narrative.
Constructed as a carriage home, it sits on the sting of the outdated Hanna Property in Bratenahl. It was a relic, till a person well-known in Cleveland got here alongside a long time in the past and gave it new life.
Former 3News anchor Judd Hambrick did what so many in style do-it-yourself exhibits do at this time. He remodeled a fixer-upper into one thing that makes jaws drop.
“He did have an amazing presence and nice imaginative and prescient,” stated realtor Todd Crockett, who’s itemizing the house. On Wednesday, Crockett held a digital open home and allowed a 3News crew inside.
He identified the large entrance doorways, initially meant for horses, which weigh 750 kilos every. The feeding bins within the hallway may function laundry chutes. There may be additionally a sliding wall within the workplace that hides a desk, subsequent to a fire that Crockett claims as soon as appeared on an American Greetings card.
Within the halls of 3News, workers nonetheless bear in mind the events held on the lavish dwelling, although Hambrick moved away years in the past.
Senior Well being Reporter Monica Robins stated her band as soon as carried out on the base of the steps.
“That’s why we wished to showcase that as a result of what an fascinating a part of the story,” Crocket stated. “This home was meant to host and entertain.”
The six bed room, 9 lavatory property is 10,00zero sq. ft and will be yours for $1.25 million.
To view the itemizing, click here.