Homes tell a story and this home has a particularly interesting legacy. From the early 1940s this home was owned by the Beatty Family, well known in Columbus as civil rights activists and Community leaders. During their tenure visitors to the home included Martin Luther King, Jr. and jazz artists who performed at the nearby (and beautifully restored) Lincoln Theatre, including Ella Fitzgerald, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Lionel Hampton. That's some pretty cool 'Karma." In the 1920s the basement was believed to be a speakeasy. It's located in Olde Towne East, a rapidly improving neighborhood close to downtown. The block of North Monroe on which the house sits is one of the more attractive with many restored homes and lush mature trees. Click the photo above for interior pics of this grand home. Or better yet stop by our OPEN HOUSE Sunday March 25th from 2-4pm.
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