Friday, March 17, 2017

Fort Thomas Real Estate Peek: Former Bengal Andrew Whitworth, NKU President Geoff Mearns

NKU President Geoff Mearns home is for sale in Fort Thomas. 
Two high-profile Fort Thomas residents are leaving Fort Thomas after taking jobs in different cities and that means that two of the most sought-after pieces of Fort Thomas real estate are currently on the market.

Former Bengals left-tackle, Andrew Whitworth listed his home a week ago today for $1.25 million and NKU President Geoff Mearns put his home on the market on Tuesday for $920,000.

Whitworth, who signed a three-year deal worth $36 million by the Los Angeles Rams, already has a contract on his home to be purchased.

His listing describes a stunning gourmet kitchen with handcrafted Amish cabinetry, solid oak floors, five large bedrooms (all with attached baths), a large finished lower level with its own kitchen, an outdoor living room with a stone fireplace and large deck, dual staircases and more.

The home was built in 2008.

Former Bengal Andrew Whitworth, has a home for sale in Fort Thomas. It is now pending with a list price of $1.25 million. 
Conversely, Mearns' turn-of-the-century home was built by renowned architect, Samuel Hannaford, who designed Cincinnati Music Hall and City Hall.

Mearns, is leaving NKU take the same position at Ball State University.

Which home do you prefer?

See photos and take a look at Whitworth's listing here.

See photos and take a look at Mearns' listing here.

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