This 7,000-square-foot mansion has hit the auction block for $250K

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A huge 7,000-square-foot mansion in Ohio has been auctioned for a starting and staggering price of just $250,000.

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Located in Cincinnati, the home has seven bedrooms and five bathrooms.

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“Opportunities like this are rare,” the listing says.

The owners of MB Farrin Lumber Co. – a 19th-century lumber baron – commissioned architects Kennedy & Adkins to design the house, which made it one of the most remarkable estates in the city.

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Features include intricate woodwork, expansive spaces and grounds, and a separate carriage house, according to the listing.

But upon closer inspection, it turns out that the house was abandoned in an abandoned state. Interior photographs show damaged areas.

The home is almost 7,000 square feet.
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Foyer leading to a wooden staircase.
Foyer leading to a wooden staircase.
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Sun room.
Sun room.
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Formal living room with fireplace.
Formal living room with fireplace.
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Kitchen.
Kitchen.
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Canteen.
Canteen.
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The next buyer will likely have to invest in a renovation project that could cost between $25,000 and $100,000.

According to records obtained by The Post, the house was owned by a family doctor named Helen L. Weiss, who passed away in the summer at the age of 71. She bought the house in 1990.

“Her pride and joy was her home in historic North Avondale, which she affectionately called Kismet,” she said. obituary stated.

Bids were requested to be submitted by November 6 at 18:00.

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Butler's pantry.

Butler’s pantry.


One of the seven bedrooms.

One of the seven bedrooms.


Backyard.

Backyard.


The original plan of the 19th century.

The original plan of the 19th century.


Carriage house.

Carriage house.


Family apartment.

Family apartment.


An offer worth just over $500,000 was accepted on Tuesday afternoon, according to Nick Motz of Motz Real Estate and eXp Realty.

“I just completed an offer of acceptance with the buyer’s agent,” Motz told The Post. “Won’t close for another 30 days, but under contract.”

Motz represented the listing. The buyer was represented by Liz Hubie of Coldwell Banker Realty.

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