The Clements House, located at 111 N. West St in Westerville, was listed for sale in July of this year.
The home has been a potential place of residence for Otterbein presidents since 1971. Originally built in 1939, the home was called “one of the grandest [houses] built in the history of the city,” in a 1973 article from The Westerville Public Opinion.
Originally built as a private residence for the Clements family, it was one of many donations the Clements Foundation made to the university over the years. The Clements Center and Clements Hall now bear the family's name.
According to the listing, the home consists of four large bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms in the main house complex. Rooms include an office, a living room with a fireplace, a kitchen, and a dining room. Outdoors, a deck and patio overlook a two-acre property.
Adjacent to the home is a detached two-car garage with a second-floor “in-law” suite complete with one bed and one bathroom for guests.
The home is currently sold on contingent, meaning that an initial offer has been accepted but certain conditions have not yet been met. The almost 4000-square foot home is listed for $899,000 and is to be sold as is.