Home for sale in Ohio comes complete with an Oval Office

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While there are many people getting creative when it comes to their “work-from-home” spaces, a home on the real estate market in Kirtland Hills, Ohio, may earn a presidential seal of approval for its home office.

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The 9,648-square-foot estate, listed for $1.8 million, comes with its very own Oval Office.

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While the six-bedroom, eight-bathroom brick home comes with another office on the first floor, the Oval Office, which takes up a majority of the third floor, is “great for entertaining guests and hosting business meetings,” listing agent Jenifer Black told Fox 8.

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While the famous replica might draw the most attention, there are plenty of other high-end features, according to the listing on Zillow.com, including:

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  • 19-foot-high ceilings

  • Oversized dining room

  • Gourmet kitchen

  • Covered veranda

  • Swimming pool

  • Indoor Juliet balcony

  • Elevator access

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According to Fox 8, the Oval Office replica happened because the owners are history buffs “who were looking for a clever way to use the space” and visited other replicas to build their own.

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Since the global coronavirus pandemic cast folks out of their normal office setups in 2020, people have been taking unique approaches to their at-home work spaces, which include everything from creating liquor cabinet desks to converting closets into offices, CNN reported.

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But this one should take home the highest honor of them all.

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Kirtland is about 22 miles northeast of Cleveland.

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