The Goetchius House was built in 1839 by Richard Goetchius who came to Columbus as a successful architect & builder. Inspired by New Orleans architecture, he built this home with it's wide entry hall, high ceilings & ornamental medallions for his bride, Miss Mary Anne Bennett. Moved from its original location (204 11th St) into the Historic District in 1969 and restored by James W. Woodruff Jr. Most recently it has served as a period restaurant. Seller will consider a trade! With craftsmanship & detail which has stood the test of time, the Goetchius house is apart of the rich history & fabric our the Columbus community reflecting the warm hospitality of the South. Original details of hand carved cornices, magnificent chandeliers & stunning stained glass are just a few of jaw-dropping details taking you back to antebellum era elegance. Out back is an amazing grand courtyard with a guest house & additional storage. It's time to bring this home back to it's splendor!
Address: 405 Broadway