proceeds support the bexley women`s club scholarship fund

proceeds support the bexley women`s club scholarship fund
BEXLEY HOUSE
GARDEN TOUR
and
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PROCEEDS SUPPORT THE BEXLEY WOMEN’S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP FUND
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WELCOME
Welcome to Bexley! Welcome to the only
House & Garden Tour in an arboretum!
As the first, and one of the few, residential and commercial
arboretums in the world, Bexley is a city in which the trees
outnumber the people. Our tour home trees have been
included on the map of Bexley trees viewable at: www.
bexleyarboretum.com so it will be easy to identify trees as you tour. Take a moment
to notice how the trees contribute to the beauty and well-being of our community.
Enjoy the 131 unique species and 14,000 trees on the right-of-way land alone.
As you can imagine, the Bexley Women’s Club is proud to have been a par t of the
Bexley community since 1935. This is our 8th Annual Tour! This would not have
happened without the assistance of hundreds of people in the community.
Thank you to all of the individuals that work so hard to make the tour a success. We
work all year round to offer a new and exciting tour each year. This year the Garden
of Distinction, our most requested site, is open. It is comprised of smaller individual
gardens that are fluid within the whole larger garden. There are many new additions
to the Garden of Distinction, including a dwarf weeping green beech, which is only
one of three such trees in the US. There is also a new fabulous double tree house
built on redwood tree trunks.
You will also be surprised and delighted touring a home in Sessions Village with
fabulous ar twork, a Gas Company 1962 House of Enchantment, and one of the
original farmhouses in Bexley from the late 1800s. There is something special about
each home--see them all and enjoy!
We are very thankful to the homeowners who are gracious enough to open their
homes and gardens to benefit the BWC Scholarship Fund. This year we are providing
12 scholarships and this is a direct result of the homeowners’ graciousness, our
sponsors’ generosity and our tour guests, like you, purchasing tickets.
This would not be possible without our House & Garden Tour Committee that works
year round to create a new tour each year. Thank you to the committee and all our
volunteers, which number over 300! The tour would not happen without you!
See you on the tour!
Elizabeth Murphy
Elizabeth Murphy
BWC President
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Prize Drawing
Be sure to complete the information on the tear-off ticket stub and
leave it in the basket at your final tour destination to be entered in a
special drawing for an outstanding door prize! Gifts contained in our
“Bexley Basket” are provided by the generosity of these businesses:
Drexel Theatre
Connells Maple Lee
C’est Si Bon
Beside U (Laurie Ellman Scoblionko)
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Bexley Area Chamber of Commerce
Shadowbox Live (Dinner/Show)
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contacted the week following the tour.
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2015 Scholarship
Event Committee
HOUSE AND GARDEN TOUR Bexley Women’s Club gratefully thanks the dedicated members of the 2015
Bexley House & Garden Tour Committee for their commitment to this event!
Tour Director................................................................................................................ John Poole President............................................................................................................ Elizabeth Murphy
President Elect...........................................................................................................Jane Baldwin
VIP Hospitality.............................................................................. Mary Acree, Jane Baldwin,
Elizabeth Murphy and John Poole
Operations....................Chair: Debbie Geldis, Committee Members: Marie Hurt,
Mary Myers, Suzanne Nellis and Susan Yost
Site Selection..................Chair: Bev Sapienza, Committee Members: Mary Acree,
Suzanne Adams, Jane Baldwin, Dian Dawley,
Elizabeth Murphy, Linda Reister and Marti Steffy
Graphics..................................................................................................................Katie Speelman
Tour Book............................................................................John Poole and Katie Speelman
Tour Book Articles..................................................Patricia Gordon and Marcie Valerio Legacy..................................................................................................................... Jennifer Ritchey Volunteers...................................................... Co-Chairs: Dinah O’Dell and Heidi Solar
House Captains...................................................................................................Kara Whitlatch
Sponsors................................................................................................................ Nancy Zantello Tickets.......................................................................................Cheryl Vaia and Maggie Lyons
Publicity/Marketing..................................................................................Chair: Bev Sapienza,
Committee Members: Ann Russell and John Poole
First Aid...........................................................................................................................Mary Bauer
Treasurer.....................................................................................................................Bev Sapienza
Artists in the Gardens....................................................................................Suzanne Adams
Door Prize..................................................................................................................Jennifer Irwin
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SPONSORS
Thank you to the businesses and individuals who supported this event
through their generous donations. The House & Garden Tour would not be
possible without their vital support of this fundraising event!
LEAD
Columbus School for Girls
PRESENTING
Dill’s Greenhouse
SUPPORTING
Amerititle Downtown/Lisa Berger
Byers Automotive
Capital University
Mike Carruthers - Coldwell Banker
Lambert Photographs
PATRON
King Thompson
Barbara Chuko
DeSantis Florists
The BEAT
Tom Flood & Beth Grimes Flood
Tad & Nancy Jeffrey
Fortner Upholstering
Myers Surveying
Jill Kingsley
Tim & Jane Stehle
Lauerhass Architecture
Sheila & Ed Straub
Fran Peters
HOUSE
Soller Insurance Agency, Inc.
Vutech & Ruff HER Realtors
K. A. Menendian Rug Gallery
Wagenbrenner Company
First Financial Bank
Wright’s Tree Service
OhioHealth
Susan Yost
Precision Slate & Tile Roofing
Fred & Nancy Zantello
Street Sotheby’s International Realty
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IRIS
ROSE
Anonymous
Suzanne & Doug Adams
David & Natalie Baker
Art with Anna – Anna Sokol
Brian & Linnea Blanchard
Jane Baldwin
Denise & Barry Blank
Carl & Mary Bauer
Julie Blankenship
Tom & Nancy Beck
Stephen Brock & Eileen Hammar
Boyer Bookkeeping
DeeDee & Herb Glimcher
Cheryl Vaia & Herbert Bresler,
David & Heidi Anderson
Steve & Mary Acree
Beth Crane & Richard McKee
Green Thumb Gardens
Vince Holzhall & Rachel Janutis
Bev & Bob Darwin
Bill & Barbara Hoyer
Bob & Elizabeth Dunham
Karen & Tom King
Willi Fausnaugh
Gerald & Dorothea Maloney
Bob & Marcia Hershfield
Craig & Diane Peterson
Scott & Sandy Hoover
Susie & Charlie Rath
Jeff & Marie Hurt
Michael & Bev Sapienza
Barbara Michael-Jones
Judy Smith
Melissa Lacroix
Charlotte Surman
Andrea J. Lynch, LMT
Skip & Linda Turner
Bryan & Jenny McFerin
The Murphy Family
Carolyn Peterson
Carol Ann Pfau
Carolyn M. Retzlaff
Jim & Ann Russell
Judith Shipe
Roger & Marti Steffy
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V.I.P.
NAILS
2679 E Main St
(614) 231-6060
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Thank you to
our 2015 House
Sponsors!
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Artists in the
Gardens
In several of the gardens today you will find artists busy at work. These individuals listed
below have graciously donated their time to offer another beautiful element to the Tour.
Please feel free to pause and listen or observe them at work and discuss their creative
endeavors with them. Additionally, their pieces of work may be available for purchase
through the artists themselves. If you are interested in an original piece of artwork this
may be your opportunity!
Name of Artists
via Music String Quartet
Contact
[email protected]
Participants
Lois Seward
Kim Gerckens
Sharon Iseringhausen
Christine Young
Brenda Masons Jar
[email protected]
Brenda Mason
Student Artist
[email protected]
Linda Boylan
Artist
[email protected]
Ellen Knolls
House Portrait Artist
[email protected]
Jackie Theibert
House Portrait Artist
614 933 9226
Jerry Davidson
Accordionist
[email protected]
Richard Wiener
Vaud-Villities Productions
[email protected]
Tom Martin
Dave Sky Guitar
[email protected]
Dave Sky
House Portrait Artist
[email protected]
Jim Glover
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SPECIAL THANKS
Home and Garden Hosts
A very special thanks to the 2015 Bexley House & Garden Tour homeowners for their
willing and enthusiastic participation in this event. YOU have made this all possible!
Volunteer Recognition and Appreciation
Bexley Women’s Club appreciates the willingness of over 250 volunteers who have helped
make this event happen. We are truly grateful for your assistance and commitment!
VIP/HOSPITALITY
SPONSORS
Appreciation
Heartfelt thanks to the following retailers
and others who helped support the Tour…
- Bexley Coffee Shop
- Bexley Pizza Plus
- Graeter’s Ice Cream
- Columbus School for Girls
- The Bexley BEAT
- Block’s Bagels
- City Barbeque
- Donatos Pizza
- Rusty Bucket Corner Tavern
- Scotty’s Deli
- Wendy’s Kitchen and Catering
- Tim Hortons
Creative Recognition
The Bexley House & Garden Tour would like to express our gratitude to Bexley Women’s
Club members Patricia Gordon and Marcie Valerio, the creative scribes of the articles in the
Tour Book; to Katie Speelman for her fresh graphic design elements; to Bob McWilliams
and Nancy Lambert, for their photographic services; to DeSantis Florist for their elegant
arrangements in the homes; and to Old Trail Printing and Monk’s Copy Shop for meeting all
of our print needs!
And deep gratitude and “Thanks” to ALL of our supporters who were so generous with
their donations of time, ideas, encouragement and support of this annual event.
Thank you for being our “Official” ICE Sponsor!
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195 South Parkview Avenue
THE STEIN COLVIN RESIDENCE
Homes express the narratives of their owners, and 195 South Parkview Avenue has quite a
story to tell. Built in 1920 by prominent manufacturer J. Russell Kilbourne, the house began as
a formal Federalist structure, with separate quarters and passageways for domestic help —
clearly dividing the space between family and staff. By the time the great depression took hold,
however, lifestyles were changing and so would the house. After the Richardson family took
up residence in 1934, a vegetable garden became an important feature of the landscaping, and
the garage housed a sleigh for winter excursions with the children. In 1974, the Oman family
moved in and spent the next 30 years there, raising two children in the home.
Lisa Stein and Craig Colvin had a great respect for the building’s classic architectural style,
but realized that updating the home for modern living would be imperative. From 2004 to
2010, they completed a total decorative and bathroom renovation. On the first floor, they
installed a home automation and sound system, and redesigned the front porch. They also
recommissioned an alder wood-clad elevator that was originally installed in the mid-1930s.
In 2014, their attention turned to the kitchen and service areas, all of which now include
components that make sense for a busy family.
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To pay homage to the original designers’ vision and maintain the feel of the 95-year-old
home, Lisa and Craig were careful to use materials and colors throughout — and especially
in the kitchen addition — that complement the residence’s original characteristics. This
commitment to historical integrity begins at the curb.
A low stone wall, pea-gravel walkways and stone entry patio immediately convey a sense
of comfortable elegance. Mature perennials — including day lilies, snowberries, lariope,
myrtle, ivy and several varieties of hydrangea — emphasize the home’s natural grace. Upon
entering, the high foyer gives way to a relaxed sitting room toward the south and a formal
dining room on the north, which is lined with a multitude of shelving to display special
collections. These three light-flooded spaces, and the rest of the house, are filled with casual
seating, mementos from travels and colorful artwork created by young artists from the area
and around the world.
Leading from the dining room is a service area, formerly a butler’s pantry, ideal for
gatherings of family and friends. Following through, visitors enter a spacious and warm
kitchen. A large family table, retro stove and refrigerator, and wall of patio doors opening
to the back yard guarantee the room is the heart of the house. A solarium and wooded
lot afford wonderful privacy, offering a view of the shed that originally was a chicken coop
and the garage with studio apartment that housed the chauffeur nearly 100 years ago.
Meanwhile, the large central hall provides airflow from the front of the house to the back.
“This house is especially wonderful in the summer, with all the doors and windows flung
open,” Lisa says.
In the solarium are new metal casement doors, which were manufactured in Poland. After
arrival, each glass pane was installed individually. All other windows in the house are original,
allowing light to filter through their wavy leaded glass, and hefty mullions and frames. The
boiler heating system also was retained, albeit updated, and provides silent, efficient warmth
in the winter months. The system was expanded to the addition and, by running pipes
under the floor, also provides radiant heat in the kitchen flooring.
All these era-considerate renovations exemplify the family’s dedication to the property.
“We consider ourselves caretakers of the home, not owners,” Lisa says. “We try to balance
our personal family and comfort needs against the legacy of a beautifully designed and built
home on a unique property in the hopes that it will be preserved in its relatively pristine
form for many generations to come.”
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2420 Bryden Road
THE FARLEY RESIDENCE
When Jillian and Ryan Farley moved into this stately stone and stucco Tudor home in 2007, it
had already undergone two periods of renovations—first in the 1980s and again in the 1990s.
The Farleys initiated yet another round of improvements to reconfigure the second floor
and enhance the master suite in 2014. Built in 1929, the home now boasts more than 3,700
square feet of living space with four finished floors, five bedrooms, and four baths plus two half
bathrooms
The Farleys’ “simple, classic, and vintage” decorating style makes this home truly personalized.
Upon entering the foyer, visitors are drawn to the living room, with its original leaded windows,
majestic fireplace, and hardwood floors. The traditional furnishings and color palette evoke
a sense of calm. A large doll house adds a sentimental touch. French doors open to a large
screened porch, where family and friends often relax and enjoy the fresh air—one of Jillian’s
favorite areas of the home.
Adjacent to the living room is a quintessential library, featuring original wood paneling, leaded
windows, and built-in shelving. One full wall houses books from floor to ceiling, and the room’s
natural light creates an environment ideal for spending an hour or two lost in a timeless novel.
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In the formal dining room, a natural wood chair rail divides the walls with paneling beneath.
The large, mirrored buffet serves as a focal point and conversation piece—and offers
ample storage. A vintage sewing machine with a marble top displays family mementos and
collectibles.
Previous owners engaged architect Dean Wenz in 1995 to renovate the kitchen and add a
great room at the back of the house. Exquisite and spacious, the kitchen showcases a built-in
Viking stove, surrounded with natural wood cabinets and crowned with a stunning wood arch.
The contrasting white cabinets, some with glass fronts, are clean and cheery. Adding to the
country charm is the farmhouse sink. Leaded-glass windows above the sink flood the entire
area with sunlight.
A lofty, wood-beamed cathedral ceiling immediately draws one’s attention in the adjoining
great room. Built-in shelves display mementos and books and store family essentials. Two sets
of French doors open to the patio, with a charming stained-glass window above one of the
doors. A deluge of natural light pours through the doors and windows, energizing the room
and providing a view of the back yard.
On the second floor, the renovated master suite is designed for comfort and rejuvenation.
Jillian’s childhood headboard, painted by her mother, frames the bed. For a unique door
to the custom walk-in closet, the Farleys selected an old barn door and painted it white.
Complementing the Country style, the vanity has a trough sink with two faucets and Italian
Carrara marble counter top. The hexagon tile floor has radiant heat, which makes it more
tolerable to exit the luxurious steam shower or stunning claw-foot French soaking tub.
A second bedroom belongs to the Farley’s daughter and is decorated in pink. Another
bedroom creates a comfortable and homey oasis for guests. This floor also houses a
convenient laundry room. The third floor houses the other daughter’s bedroom.
In the backyard, family and friends enjoy gathering on the brick patio, and a separate area is
dedicated to the children’s play equipment. Ryan pitches in with maintaining the landscaping,
which includes a range of perennials and annuals. In 2009, the Farleys engaged Pete Foster to
build a unique French-style garage. The front yard also is well-maintained and in summer is
adorned by a variety of trees, shrubbery and flowering plants.
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460 South Drexel Avenue
THE REISTER RESIDENCE
The Reister home, built in 1903, is probably one of the first three houses (farmhouses) built on
South Drexel Avenue. This historical structure has been on the Bexley Women’s Club House and
Garden Tour once before (in 2008) but has seen many updates since then. The home’s original
four rooms, stairway and banister remain intact; however, this stately updated home now boasts
about 3,800 square feet of living space with four bedrooms and three and one-half baths. The
outdoor space features a patio, renovated garage, and verdant landscaping with hydrangeas,
magnolias, viburnum, and Knock-Out roses, to name a few species.
Fred and Linda Reister purchased the home in 1985 and started renovations with the garage in
1985; other renovations and additions continued until 1997. More renovations were completed
from 2010 to 2015. As one approaches the home, the spacious renovated front porch not only
creates an inviting entrance to the home, but also is an ideal place for Reisters to enjoy “porch
chatter” with their family and friends.
Upon entering the foyer, a must see is the gold inlaid disc on the original banister, which
displays the original owners’ names and date they moved in. The new hardwood floors extend
throughout the first floor, and the décor is bright and cheery. The den, formerly used as a family
room, has traditional and antique furnishings that fit with the period of the house. The original tall
windows are dressed with wood blinds, and the original fireplace graces one wall, while built-in
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shelves provide space for books and collectibles. A game table offers fun time for the family.
On the other side of the foyer is a sizable living room with the original leaded-glass windows
and fireplace, an old-time piano, and plenty of seating space for entertaining. The colorful decor
adds to the comfy feeling. Paintings by artist Mike Smith Devon adorn the walls on the first floor.
The dining room is also part of the historical house, with its original built-in leaded-glass door
cabinets and original long windows. The chandelier, chair rail, and traditional furniture highlight
the originality of the home.
The stunning kitchen is large, with plenty of granite counter space and beautiful wood cabinets.
An island with cooktop lends more counter space and provides a place for family or friends to
sit and converse. A profusion of natural light makes this room light and airy. In the bar chairs one
can relax and have a snack while enjoying the outdoor view from a tall window—the grandkids
love this spot. The built-in desk provides a workspace.
Adjacent to the kitchen is a cheery sun room—a wonderful place to curl up with a book, and
enjoy the sunlight and landscaping. The owners also use this delightful room to entertain guests.
Also accessible from the kitchen is the alluring family room, with built-in shelves around the
fireplace and a flood of natural light from the oversized windows. Window seat storage drawers
offer a place to house toys and books for the kids. Once again, delightful colors make this
comfortable room inviting for enjoying family time together.
Upstairs, an anteroom—formerly the master bedroom—provides additional living space for the
master suite, as well as a master bath. The master bedroom is bathed in abundant natural light
from many windows, and is adorned with a large window seat. The furnishings express a bright,
airy style. The second bedroom (the “family nursery,” once used for eight grandkids) features an
antique bed and a bath; the owners refer to the bed as the “princess and the pea” bed because
of its height. A third bedroom has a built-in desk area with shelves and ample closet space. The
fourth bedroom is beautiful with its floral theme.
Linda loves to renovate old furniture, which can be found throughout. The Reisters raised their
family here and now their eight grandchildren enjoy the house. Linda and Fred love everything
about their home, including “its stately yet homey feel, high ceilings, modern amenities—it’s a
modern day farmhouse.” They say the home is “full of love, history, family and memories.”
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200 South Drexel Avenue
THE WALKER RESIDENCE
The home of Megan and Jeffrey Walker is every bit as modern, exuberant, and alive today
as when it was built in 1942. The vivacity of this active family of six fills every square inch of
the five-bedroom, 4,300-square-foot house, which has another 2,600 square feet in the fully
finished basement. Significant renovations completed by the previous owners in 2004-2006
have yielded a stylish and practical home that represents the best of old and new.
The first impression of the house is a solid, two-inch-thick paneled and beaded wood door,
original to the home, with ornate leaded-glass top and sidelights. The light filtering through
illuminates a wide foyer that serves as the hub of the first floor. Just to the north of the
foyer is a colorful, formal dining room with seating for eight and several conversation pieces,
including an oversized contemporary painting and family heirlooms. A comfortable sitting
room toward the south, warmed by a gas-log fireplace and filled with antiques and paintings
depicting scenes from nature, is a favorite spot for relaxing in winter. Each piece in the room,
including the piano where the couple’s daughters learned to play, has its own story and
represents a special memory for the family.
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Moving from the sitting room toward the back of the house, one comes upon two distinct
but connected offices — one for Megan and another for Jeffrey — both homey and efficiently
furnished. A wide hallway separates the offices from the great room and kitchen at the back
of the house, which helps muffle the sound of a bustling family for those in the workspace.
The vaulted great room is flooded with light, thanks to the numerous oversized windows and
French doors that line the exterior walls. Two casual seating areas, informal dining table and
large fireplace make it ideal for entertaining a large family and all the friends connected with it.
Throughout the space, family portraits, keepsakes, clever lithographs, Navaho-styled area rugs
and a sizable pottery collection — which Megan’s grandmother presented to her as gifts each
year for Christmas — demonstrate the warmth, humor, and hospitality of the family and their
home.
The sleek kitchen showcases a six-burner commercial range, double ovens, dark wood
cabinetry, intricately tiled backsplash, and island with seating for four. The Walkers updated
the countertops in 2012, adding a striking blend of dark granite and multi-hued butcherblock surfaces. An adjacent mudroom has built-in cubbies for the children and whimsical wall
hangings that celebrate the innocence of youth.
The great room’s French doors lead to a screened back porch with cushioned wicker seating,
and a generous patio perfect for al fresco dining. To accommodate the family’s love of the
outdoors, the Walkers installed an in-ground pool and deck area in 2014. “We’re outside all
summer long,” Megan says. The Walkers softened the appearance of the pool’s protective
wrought-iron fence by installing shrubbery around the perimeter. Perennials, including peonies
originally cultivated by Megan’s grandmother at her home in Chillicothe, grace the patio. Wellmanicured side yards offer open space for sporting activities, and a vegetable garden is an
annual family project.
The finished walkout basement is practically another home of its own. Playful, framed artwork
that the Walkers’ children created is the first thing one sees upon descending. High ceilings
and wainscoting create a sense of open airiness, and wood floors run throughout. The entry
hall separates an ample exercise room from diner-themed banquet seating and a second
full kitchen. Lining the wall is a 20-foot blackboard where the imagination can run wild. The
basement also includes an enormous home theater room, which can easily accommodate 10
or more people and all the popcorn they can carry.
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[email protected] | shaunalehmaninteriors.com
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THE TERAPAK RESIDENCE
For the past 32 years, Roberta and Rich Terapak’s home has been the place where family and
friends come together. Built in 1928 with renovations in 1932 and 1992, this five-bedroom,
4,900 square-foot Center Hall Colonial feels cozy, welcoming and serene.
As one enters the home, a heavy, original wood door opens to a roomy foyer with leadedglass French doors that lead into formal dining and living rooms. The traditional dining room,
with seating for 10, is accented by a crystal chandelier, fireplace and oil paintings depicting
Provençal vistas. The living room showcases comfortable seating and a large jute rug bordered
with delicate embroidery. Classic, dark woodwork runs through all three front areas. Interior
designer Sally McDonald assisted with furniture selections and window treatments throughout
the house.
The wood-paneled library, part of the 1932 addition along with the bedroom above, is
warmed by another fireplace. Surrounded by shelves of books, collectibles, and family
mementos, the room is the perfect retreat for a moment of silence or a quick nap. Just outside
the library is a striking stone archway and wall — originally part of the structure’s exterior
façade. But the 1992 renovations changed that by extending the depth of the house about 15
feet.
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When the Terapaks added a family room and expanded the kitchen nine years after
purchasing the home, they retained several components of the original structure. The
exposed stone adds a rustic charm, and the original leaded-glass windows create waves of
light in the generous kitchen. Large windows line the entire space, flooding the area with
sunshine.
Toward the north, the kitchen is clearly the gathering spot. Rich has taught culinary classes
and served as a WOSU food critic for many years, and his love of food and cooking are
personified here. Scores of cookbooks on display demonstrate the Terapaks’ wide-ranging
interests and appreciation for cuisine from around the world. Meanwhile, double ovens, a
commercial six-burner range, multiple sinks and a sizable granite island provide ample space
to entertain with time-tested comfort food as well as new recipes.
“The family room and kitchen are where we live,” Rich says. During holidays and special
events, the area is the center of activity. The family Rich and Roberta raised in this home
returns with their own families to join the Terapaks’ lifetime friends and create truly
memorable moments.
But improvements haven’t stopped with the interior. The home’s landscaping was one of
the reasons the Terapaks initially purchased it, particularly the rose gardens. More than
three decades of additional planting, which Rich says he finds therapeutic, have yielded
extensive gardens that offer an oasis of color and tranquility during the summer months.
Relaxing on the screened side porch or large patio, one enjoys stately conifers and
perennials such as roses, azaleas, hostas, phlox, hydrangeas, iris, and day lilies. Annuals are
primarily herbs and cutting flowers such as zinnias and cosmos. A pergola and fountain
provide privacy in the shade garden on the south side of the house.
Inside and out, 88 South Drexel exudes charm and hospitality. Early residents include Mary
Sayre and her husband, Harrison, who was the founder of The Columbus Foundation
(1943) and the children’s magazine Weekly Reader.
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245 North Drexel Avenue
THE RAZEK RESIDENCE
This exceptional stone house drew in owners Scott and Kara Razek even before it went on
the market because of “how special it was,” they say. So when the home did become available,
the Razeks snatched it up. This Cotswold Tudor style house, built in 1938, features the original
reclaimed terra cotta roof tiles from the 1800s and three finished floors with a large finished
basement. Kara and Scott completely renovated the interior in 2006-2007, raising all the
ceilings and increasing the height of the doorways to open the space and “show the character
of the outside on the inside.”
The entry foyer’s stained glass in the door, dark hardwood floors, beautiful curved staircase
and turret are immediate focal points. Looking to the right, visitors see a cozy living room with
original carved stone fireplace and leaded windows. A huge candle chandelier hangs from the
vaulted ceiling lined with wood beams, which gives the room an expansive feeling. Custom
shelves display many books and collectibles, and well-lit art work graces the room. Just beyond
is a large dining room, embellished by a unique bronze chandelier. French doors open to a
picturesque blue stone patio, and along with the room’s leaded glass windows, provide an
abundance of natural light. A large painting adds ambiance.
The redesigned kitchen has a tranquil, French country style. The family enjoys their meals
around a table located in a turreted section of the room adorned by a bay window. Reclaimed
French castle flooring adds a classic touch and the radiant heat provides warmth during
wintry months. The striking marble countertops and island provide ample counter space for
preparing meals. Decorative wire mesh cabinets with fabric backing, handmade copper range
hood, antique bronze lights, and built-in refrigerator with cabinetry façade underscore the
uniqueness of the room.
The first floor master bedroom is the Razeks’ favorite area of the home because of its size,
luxury, and a clean simple décor. In the renovation, the ceiling was vaulted and wood beams
were added; a large chandelier embellishes the room. The fabric-covered walls offer a visually
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pleasing assortment of neutral colors and patterns. What was previously the library is now an
exquisite master bathroom, modern yet comfortable. Its white marble floor and shower area,
and white walls appear fresh and clean. A French soaking tub beckons. Designer John Mitchell
also added a large marble topped custom vanity—again, all in white.
Upstairs, the Razeks installed new windows. The quaint guest room has built-in cabinets. In
their son’s bedroom, more built-ins provide storage for his toys and other belongings, and the
owners added French doors, a balcony, window, and a bath.
The vast finished basement provides significant additional living area. Two large areas—a family
room and a game room—feature a fireplace, sofas, sheep-skin rug, large television, game table,
and built-in storage. A full bath has a French-English cottage look, including terra cotta floor
and beautiful blue tile vanity.
Outdoors, the owners totally redesigned the backyard adding the blue stone patio and pea
gravel pathways. Kara enjoys designing, planting and personalizing the yard. The intriguing
landscape showcases boxwood, a pear tree, Japanese irises, hydrangea, roses and hellebores, as
well as other perennials and annuals. They purposely left a large open area in the back yard so
they could enjoy playing games there. The front yard is also well-manicured with trees, shrubs,
perennials, etc.
This home with nearly 2,800 square feet of living space has abundant charm, a traditional
cottage feel with a modern touch, and the décor includes cheery colors, gorgeous window
treatments, and lots of artwork. The owners refer to their home as “a jewel box.”
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353 North Drexel Avenue
THE GORMAN RESIDENCE
Babette Gorman has roots in Bexley and a history in Southern California. In both locations
are homes near and dear to her heart. That’s why she decided to purchase 353 North
Drexel Avenue. The house was designed by the same architect as the Bexley home where
her beloved aunt and uncle, Mary and Bob Lazarus, lived for decades and bears a strong
resemblance to the mid-century Hollywood hills home where she lived from 1985 to 2000.
Architect Leon Seligson built 353 North Drexel for his own family in 1962 — and The
Ohio Fuel Gas Company was so impressed with his work that it was named the “House
of Enchantment” for 1962. Seligson lived and worked there, drafting blueprints in an open,
cork-floored loft above the living room, until his death in 1997. His widow, Isabelle, sold
the residence to Babette in 2002. At that time, the kitchen still housed all the original gas
appliances.
Clearly, it was time for a few updates, and Babette initiated an ambitious project with the
assistance of architect Darryl Rogers of Rogers Krajnak Architects, Inc. and contractor Pat
Livingston of Aurora Industries. From 2002 to 2003, she significantly modified the first-floor
master bedroom and bath, completely renovated the kitchen, and removed walls between
the kitchen, living, and dining rooms to create an L-shaped great room. The master bath
now includes a large soaking tub and recycled purple glass tile, while the kitchen features a
commercial range, granite countertops, glass-fronted cabinetry, and large windows.
To the west of the new kitchen and living room, the homeowner added a generous sunroom
with radiant floor heat. On the east side of the house, she extended the foyer. Throughout
the updated space, she installed new mid-tone hardwood floors and tectum ceilings. With the
addition, the three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home now totals 3,533 square feet.
Before the renovation, a feng shui consultant advised incorporating structural curves to add a
bit of femininity to the house, so Babette and her architect designed a curved kitchen island
with matching soffit above, curved sideboard in the dining room, and curved wall between
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the great room and side hall. She carried this motif outside with curved, stamped concrete
hardscaping in the front and back of the house. She also closed in the carport, added a potting
shed in the garage and removed a step to make the front entrance handicap-accessible.
Once construction was finished, Babette brought in an eclectic compendium of artwork, statuary,
pottery, historic family photographs, and treasured first-edition classic novels to make the house
feel even more like home. Some of the most meaningful components of her collection are
pieces from the estates of her mother and stepfather, Charlotte and Richard Witkind, of Bexley;
and her father, Warren Gorman, of Phoenix. The walls also are adorned with the works of
numerous artists from Ohio and across the country.
A curved sectional in the living room enhances flow from the kitchen, and the sunroom —
replete with floor to ceiling windows on two sides — truly brings the outside in. The latter is one
of the homeowner’s favorite spots, especially on sunny days. It offers a lovely private view of the
backyard and, even in winter, the radiant heating makes the generous sunroom warm and cozy.
In summer, the view from the sunroom is of the lush gardens where Babette planted two
tri-color beeches in honor of her mother. The picturesque trees are complemented by fresh
annuals each year as well as perennials such as viburnum, hardy hyacinths, peonies, lilacs, burning
bush, crocuses, daffodils, and forsythia. Outdoor artwork dots the courtyard. Landscape design
consultant Ann Joyce assisted with plant selections and placement.
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445 North Parkview Avenue
GARDEN OF DISTINCTION
This magnificent garden is truly a “must see,” with its roundabout, knot gardens, tree
maze, sculptures, and unusual specimen plants. Although this is the fifth time this garden
has been on the Bexley Women’s Club House and Garden Tour, visitors will enjoy many
new features: a man and woman sculpture, eagle sculpture, Japanese garden, unique tree
house and numerous additional enhancements. A few years ago the owners purchased
the property next door, removed the house, and united the two lots by building a garden
bridge traversing over the service road that previously divided the properties. The result
is five acres of picturesque blooms and embellishments. The owners’ goal was to create
“conventional outdoor rooms, a sense that the garden is lush and green, but above all, an
intimate, peaceful, romantic private world.” Despite the garden’s large-scale theme, the
distinct areas create a sense of seclusion as well as separate environments where family can
enjoy the beauty and peace of nature and entertain guests.
Upon entering through the south gate, one notices the French-style roundabout, a focal
point with its splendid cut-leaf Japanese Maples and French parterre garden of dwarf
boxwoods and flowers. The boxwoods form a knot garden—shrubs cultivated through the
years to yield a formal, interlaced pattern. Beyond the roundabout is a man and woman
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sculpture, crafted to emulate a look of layered wood. On this same level are the garden bridge
and motor court. From the garden bridge one appreciates the significant 60-foot elevation
drop with its striking terraced garden. In view is the sunken elliptical garden, surrounded by a
walking path and hedge.
A second central gate from the street features a grandiose drive, graced with carefully
sculpted Linden trees. In the front yard panel is a Fagus Tortuosa, a dwarf weeping green
beech tree—one of only three known to exist in the United States. Also adorning the front
yard are the other two knot gardens, which express the owners’ love of each other, their
children, and God. More than 50 tea roses add color and beauty to the motor court.
Visitors can enjoy testing their skills in the European maze, which offers multiple routes and
dead ends. Along the way is a garden space with specialty conifers, cut-leaf Japanese maples,
magnolias, and an alley of river birch trees. The hosta garden features many varieties, and with
accompanying plantings, provides a visual interest with varied textures, colors, and heights.
Continuing farther is an amazing tree house with two two-story “houses” crafted from
California redwood tree trunks—a favorite retreat for the owners’ grandchildren.
In the back of the house, adjacent to the swimming pool terrace, is a delightfully tranquil
respite under the grandfatherly European copper beech tree. Climbing roses enhance the
stone wall in the “rose hill” section. Throughout the property, 454 roses, including shrubs, tree
roses, tea roses, and a hedge, add color to the grounds. On the terrace, the abundant Chinese
wisteria drapes the pergola, and the view of the backyard is spectacular, including a glimpse
of Alum Creek at the far end. The newest area is a Japanese garden that cascades down a
south-facing hill. It showcases a stone foot path, Japanese maple trees, conifers, cloud trees,
and numerous complementary plantings. Looking beyond to the south is a beautiful stoneterraced hill featuring azaleas, hostas, and two bear sculptures.
Throughout the garden are spring flowering bulbs, lilacs, viburnums, peonies, day lilies and
perennials, as well as unusual shrubs and trees. In summer months, a selection of colorful
annuals adds even more color. Because the floral panorama evolves throughout the season,
this meticulously groomed garden is ever-changing. The owners, along with landscapers Kinman
Associates, have truly accomplished their goal of creating “a garden to experience” that
incorporates various levels, fragrances, textures, colors, artwork, and a touch of the whimsical.
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23 Sessions Drive
THE GILLER RESIDENCE
Welcome to Sessions Village—a unique community listed on the National Register of Historic
Places since 1975. The area was named for F. C. Sessions, a banker who had his summer home
here in the mid-1800s. The village was formed in 1928 and laid out by an architect who at the
time was the President of the American Society of Architects. The enchanting design is based
on a European village.
The Gillers, third owners of this white-washed brick home built in 1962, love the openness of
the house and the abundance of natural light provided by the many windows and glass doors.
The flow from room to room is amazing.
The foyer has the original parquet floor and antique ceiling lamps, as well as a container of
interesting walking canes the owners have collected from around the world. The original
parquet floor continues into the large dining room, where the Gillers enjoy family dinners,
since their children and families live in the area. The walls are painted using strié, French for
“striped”—a faux painting technique that uses glaze and brushes to create a soft natural
striped texture. Two Impressionistic style paintings adorn the walls: one is a landscape while
the other is of Sessions Village.
In 2014, the Gillers renovated the kitchen and love the convenience it offers. In the process,
they removed the wall between the kitchen and dining room, enlarging the dining room and
creating a more open feeling. The new spacious kitchen is amazing with its hardwood floor
and stunning basket-weave backsplash. Counter space for preparing meals is plentiful. Two
leaded-glass windows, original to the home, provide charm—one with diamond-shaped glass
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panels and the other with unusual circular glass panes. Off the kitchen is a butler’s pantry with
a wet bar, including a unique circular fluted sink. The owners enjoy eating daily meals in the
alluring breakfast room (sunroom), which is bathed in sunlight, and provides a lovely view of
the bluestone patio and landscaped backyard.
Adjacent to the breakfast room is the living room with the parquet floor continued from
the foyer. A beautiful expansive marble wood-burning fireplace and hearth are surrounded
by built-in book shelves and cabinets which house books, collectibles and photos. Above the
fireplace is a calming beach scene painted by the former owner of this home. The ample room
allows for two sitting areas--one near the fireplace and the other by the French doors, which
open to the patio and grace the room with abundant natural light. Accessible from the living
room is a small cozy brick courtyard with trees and shrubs sized to fit the space; a lovely
sculpture of a girl reading adds charm and intrigue.
There are three bedrooms in this house—two on the main floor and one upstairs. The master
suite is comprised of a spacious bedroom with a sitting area, walk-in closet with shelves and
drawers, and master bath. Oversized windows provide lots of natural light and are adorned
with plantation shutters.
The large second bedroom, which serves as an office, has a sliding glass door that not only
adds natural light, but it also allows access to the courtyard off the living room. The Gillers
renovated this bath, selecting a lovely basket
weave tile floor. The third bedroom features builtin storage areas and a bathroom, and is enjoyed
by the grandchildren.
In addition, more living space in the basement
includes a family room, half-bath, large laundry
facility, and a wine cellar. The bluestone patio is
accessible from the kitchen, living room, breakfast
room, and den. Extensive landscaping features
boxwood, azaleas, rhododendrons, bottlebrush
buckeyes, peonies, roses and hydrangea, and is
graced with pea-gravel pathways. The front yard is
inviting with its well-maintained landscaping. This
home, with approximately 3,200 square feet and
9-foot ceilings, offers a light and cozy feeling.
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Scholarship
Program
Since the inception of the Bexley Women’s Club (BWC) in 1935, 800 students have been
supported by $400,000 in scholarships provided by various fundraising efforts. Since
implementing the House & Garden Tour in 2008, the organization has been able to increase
the amount of each scholarship to $1,000.
A commitment to education has been an ongoing priority of the Bexley Women’s Club. The
Club’s first two scholarships were awarded in 1937 upon establishing the Scholarship Fund $50 to an OSU nursing student and a second $50 to a student at Capital University. Initially,
women were the sole scholarship recipients, but during the 1960s that qualification was
changed to expand eligibility to all students, and Bexley High School seniors regularly received
scholarships to further their education.
Today the BWC continues to offer scholarships supported through annual fundraising, as well
as several scholarships that have been endowed in the names of past Club presidents and
families of members as memorials. In addition, BWC members and their families have donated
funds to support one-time scholarships. In 2016, $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to high
school seniors who reside in Bexley but may attend private or parochial schools, Bexley High
School, or be home-schooled.
Scholarship applications for the 2016-17 school-year will be available December 2015.
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2015 Bexley Women’s Club
Scholarship
Recipients
Frances Williams Memorial................................................................................................................ Adam Hirsch
Helen Scott Hicks Memorial.............................................................................................................Elizabeth Jaffy
Bexley Women’s Club General............................................................................................................Leslie Janco
Marian English Memorial................................................................................................................... Caroline Sapp
Jean Harris Memorial....................................................................................................................... Andrea Dressel
Alba and Virginia Whiteside Memorial..................................................................................... Abigail Wenger
Bexley Women’s Club Memorial............................................................................................. Suzannah Stone
Bexley Women’s Club General........................................................................................Gracy Trinoskey-Rice
Barbara Baldwin Lewis Memorial.......................................................................................................Sarah Binau
Margaret E. Park Memorial............................................................................................................. Miranda Lange
Helen Farr Memorial..................................................................................................................... Noa Levi (CSG)
Bexley Women’s Club Founders’ Memorial............................................................................. Carly Hooker
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Bexley Women’s Club
The Bexley Women’s Club shares Bexley’s character and its commitment to the community.
Beginning in 1935, Bexley Women’s Club has provided women, neighbors, and friends a means
of dedicating their resources to the support and enhancement of this great community.
BUILDING ON TRADITION
The Bexley Women’s Club Scholarship Program remains the primary focus of the Club. The
Scholastic Department, established in 1937, awarded the first two scholarships to students
from The Ohio State University and Capital University. To date, more than $400,000 has been
awarded in scholarships to 800 students pursuing higher education.
Since the inception of the Bexley House & Garden Tour in 2008, the Club has been able to
increase the amount of each scholarship.
GIVE BACK NOW
Giving back to the community is one of our core missions. We give back in many ways.
We power the annual Bexley House & Garden Tour, and we partner with local non-profit
organizations throughout the year, all in the spirit of service. Most recently, we have provided
support to The Salvation Army, Buckeye Girls State, Mid-Ohio Food Bank, Dress for Success,
Lutheran Social Services, Eastview Food Pantry, Choices, Homeless Family Foundation, and the
Bishop Griffin Center.
BWC is very involved in the community. During the past year, the Club has participated in such
community efforts as the 4th of July Parade, Labor Day Block Party, the Bexley branding project,
and the inception of the street pole banners on Main Street. 60
INVESTING IN THE FUTURE
Our commitment to strengthen and enhance our community continues! Members do not
need to reside in Bexley, nor do they need to be invited to join. Anyone who is interested in
the ideals of the Club can visit our web site, www.BexleyWomen.org, and become a member.
Share your talents and gifts – your contributions will have a great impact.
VISIT: WWW.BEXLEYWOMEN.ORG
EMAIL: [email protected]
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Future Tour Home
Suggestion
Have you visited a home in Bexley that you believe would be a grand addition
to a future tour? Have your friends indicated they would be interested in
allowing their home to be on the tour at some point? Do you believe your
own home would be the perfect addition to the tour?
You now have the opportunity to submit a possible entry for a future tour site.
Please complete the information below and return it to:
Bexley Women’s Club Future Tour
P.O. Box 9023
Bexley, Ohio 43209
Homeowner Name(s)____________________________________
Suggested Address_______________________________________
Contact Phone _________________ Email __________________
My Name______________________________________________
Address_______________________________________________
Phone________________________ Email____________________
I believe the above home/garden would be a positive addition to a
future BWC House & Garden Tour because
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
Thank you for your input! We appreciate your suggestions and
will be in touch with the potential participating homeowner!
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2014-15 Bexley Women’s Club
Board Members
President............................................................................................................................................Elizabeth Murphy
President-elect/Program Chair........................................................................................................Jane Baldwin
Recording Secretary..........................................................................................................................Debbie Geldis
Corresponding Secretary......................................................................................................................... Bev Trout
Treasurer..................................................................................................................................................... Linda Turner
Assistant Treasurer, Membership...............................................................................................Eileen Hammar
Assistant Treasurer, Fundraising Event..........................................................................................Bev Sapienza
Advisor.................................................................................................................................................. Diane Peterson
Member–at-large......................................................................................................................................Mary Bauer
Member-at-large.....................................................................................................................................Betsy Randle
Community Chair..................................................................................................................................Jennifer Irwin
Scholastic Chair......................................................................................................................................Natalie Coles
Social Services Chair..................................................................................................................................Susan Yost
Meeting Chair.......................................................................................................................................Donna Miglets
Marketing Chair....................................................................................................................................Sharon Seckel
Membership................................................................................................................................................... Julie Smith
Scholarship Liaison....................................................................................................................................Cheryl Vaia
Parliamentary Advisor........................................................................................................................... Nancy Beck
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