The Hunting Valley estate
of the late Scott Wolstein, who tragically passed away after a battle with melanoma earlier this year, is now on the market for $15 million.
The 32,000-square-foot estate, the largest home in Northeast Ohio, took five years and $30 million to build. It sits on 150 acres and is respledent with custom and luxury finishes everywhere you look.
Custom designed by architect Tony Paskevich and built by Pistone and Tesauro, "Ravencrest," as it's called, boasts a greenhouse, wine cellar, indoor basketball court, infinity pool, indoor pool, steam room, climbing wall, disco, sports bar, elevator, a dog's room, complete with an eye-level plasma TV, and a mini shower built for a pet parrot.
As Cleveland Magazine noted when it was built, "There are so many bathrooms that neither Wolstein’s builder nor architect knew how many, and, after giving us a tour of the entire home, everyone was too tired to go back and count them all."
It, in fact, has 10.5 bathrooms, as well as six bedrooms.
No expense or trouble was spared for materials, which included salvaged stone from Jerusalem, old barn stones, limestone, and every other top-end option you could ever dream of, all of which make the English-style manor on a stunning piece of land in the Chagrin River Valley the most extravagant, and expensive, home in the region.
The home is listed by Adam Kaufman of Howard Hanna. Contact Adam at (216) 831-7370
The photos were taken by Mark Kubicina
of RedDog Real Estate Photography