Olde Towne East Mansion

Chris saw this from a street away; it's at the end of the street with the other houses.

  • Rollei Joe 7y

    Since Agfa color film is no more, I've had to switch to Kodak's Portra and Ultra series pro films. You may want to research at kodak.com and see which would look best for you.

    All the latest Titanic shots were made on 4 of the various Portra films (160NC 160VC 400NC 400VC), and I can't tell which is which just by looking. (which I think is the point of them).
  • Dania Hurley 7y

    Thanks for the tips!
  • Sarah Beth PRO 7y

    Everything looks very sharp and golden! I like it.
  • Bob Travaglione PRO 7y

    Great Old Building, Nicely Done Image!
  • TheeErin PRO 7y

    Hey what's the street address for this handsome home?
  • Dania Hurley 7y

    Aw, thanks, Sarah & Bob!

    Not sure Erin - sorry. :(
  • ~ Liberty Images PRO 7y

    Wow, that brickwork is gorgeous. The lighting is perfect, too. :)
  • Ellie 7y

    Oooh, talk about opulence! The pitch of that roof is amazing, to mention just one detail.
  • Dania Hurley 7y

    I know, how do you pick just one?

    Oh, Liberty, you are too kind. :)
  • klj_francis PRO 7y

    I like the light in this photo.
  • Dania Hurley 7y

    Ah, Karl, thank you. :)
  • The Penguins 7y

    This house is on Bryden Road down near to the Bexley end. It's amazing: probably my favorite in Columbus. There is a carriage house in back that is also quite a structure. The cast iron fence is fantastic. A real showplace that needs some TLC.
  • Dania Hurley 7y

    Ah, thank you for the street name! Yes, that fence is something else. This house is rare indeed, and I'll have to walk past sometime to see the carriage house. I wonder whose it used it be.
  • jfsl3 7y

    Now you're getting around my neighborhood, Dania_H, -- not that we live in anything resembling this great house! This house was built for Charles Frederick and Katharine Emrich Meyers. He started the United States Carriage Company specializing in hearses (of the horse-drawn variety). The house was patterned after a castle in his homeland of Germany. This is from Historic Homes of Olde Towne by Lea Ann Sterling -- if you're interested, purchasing the book supports the neighborhood association (click on upper right corner of www.oldetowne.org ).
  • Dania Hurley 7y

    Thank you for all the great information! I wondered of some "first family" of Columbus, and maybe which one, built it. It's gorgeous.
  • Steven Martin PRO 7y

    Excellent colors and saturation.
  • Dania Hurley 7y

    Thank you!
  • nelder_g 7y

    Hola, soy el administrador de un grupo llamado Antiguas y nos encantaría agregar tu foto al grupo.
  • Kristen Lou 7y

    That is one hell of a house. be still, my beating heart.
  • Dania Hurley 7y

    Seriously! I can't imagine actually living in it.
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