The most expensive home in Greater Cincinnati just sold

The home is a 27,000-square-foot French château on more than 5 acres. (Cincinnati Business Courier/Comey & Shepherd)

CINCINNATI (Cincinnati Business Courier) - The most expensive home on the market in Greater Cincinnati has been purchased.

The French country estate of Judge Susan Dlott and Stan Chesley recently sold to a local family for $5 million. The Indian Hill mansion was listed for sale at the beginning of the year for nearly $7.5 million. It was previously listed for sale in November 2016 for just less than $8 million.

The Dorger Wellinghoff Group with Comey & Shepherd Realtors including David Wellinghoff and Bob Dorger listed 9005 Camargo Road. Lori Wellinghoff, president of DIGS Real Estate Design Construction and principal agent with Dorger Wellinghoff Group Comey & Shepherd Realtors, said the sale came together in about a month from first interest to completion of the sale.

“(The buyers) are very lucky, it is one swell house,” Wellinghoff said.

The buyers were represented by Sandra Peters with the Comey & Shepherd office in Liberty Township.

The home has more than 27,000 square feet of living space, a master suite that includes five different rooms and a garage that is capable of hosting large parties.

To take a look inside, learn more about the home’s unique features and see the region’s most expensive recent home sales, read the full story from the Cincinnati Business Courier.

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