1924 Architectural Triumph “Roundwood Manor” With 7 Acres & 60 Ft Indoor Pool Lists For $3.9M!


A pastoral escape into the hills of Hunting Valley, far from the worries of the city, was considered the ultimate luxury during the time period that Roundwood Manor alludes to. Known for his work on Shaker Square and Higbees Department Store, among many other projects, renowned Golden Age architect Philip Small first created the estate for OP and MJ Van Sweringen. It is one of the most recognizable homes in the Midwest. The house was created with partying, leisure, and recreation in mind. Notable features include the 60-foot tiled indoor swimming pool with a complete bar and private dressing rooms, the famous ship sitting room, and the Dickens library.Built in 1924, this architectural marvel displays the artistry of a bygone era with superb finishing, period fixtures, and outstanding décor all around. Among the notable examples are the intricate hand-painted tiles that were imported from Amsterdam at the turn of the century and the well-known stained glass skylight that illuminates the two-story central hall. Intimate rooms created for comfort and quiet reflection balance the home’s great architectural features. Nestled on 7.69 acres in the gently sloping hills of Hunting Valley, the mansion serves as the focal point of Daisy Hill Farms, distinguished by its unique white fences, enthralling gardens, ancient trees, and overall tranquility.

More than just a house, Roundwood Manor is a piece of history waiting for its next steward to create its tale.

Listing furnished by:

Cleveland Northcoast Agency,

Craig@chr-inc.com (216) 249-2021, David B. Ayers

Zawitz Nicholas 440-567-7068

Details of the Property:

Hunting Valley, Ohio 44022; 3450 Roundwood Road
$3,900,000, 30,000 square feet, 10 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms