Scott Wolstein’s Ohio Mega Estate







Location: Ravencrest Drive, Chagrin Falls, OH
Square Feet: 36,000

This humongous mega-mansion was brought to my attention by a reader of Homes of the Rich. This 36,000 square foot mansion was built for real estate developer Scott Wolstein. The home is located in Chagrin Falls which is close to Norma Lerner’s mega mansion. Scott’s home is the largest and most expensive home in Northeast Ohio. The estate , dubbed Ravencrest, was designed by architect Tony Paskevich and and built by Pistone and Tesauro. The home was listed at #2 on the top 250 homes by Cleveland Magazine. The huge English country inspired mansion’s exterior is made of old barn stones, stucco, brick and limestone. Inside, you’ll find a grand yet simple foyer that contains Jerusalem wood floors. The first level contains a master retreat, living room, dining room, hearth room, music room, and large gourmet kitchen. The home has almost every amenity imaginable. It has an indoor basketball court, an indoor pool, indoor rock climbing wall, steam room, sauna and massage room, a disco room, craft room, gift-wrapping room, dog grooming room, a wine cellar, an exercise room, a sports bar, and an infinity edge swimming pool. This is definitely one of the grandest and most beautiful homes in Ohio, if if not the entire East Coast.

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2 Responses to “Scott Wolstein’s Ohio Mega Estate”

  1. Kieran Says:

    Wow that is mega! Love it

  2. Anonymous Says:

    This home is awesome, I was there for about a year installing the HVAC.

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