The Ohio State President's House is a historic residence in Bexley, Ohio, located on the campus of Ohio State University. It has served as the official residence of the president of the university since its construction in 1913.
The President's House is a large, Tudor Revival-style mansion that was designed by the architect Frank Packard. It is built of brick and stone and features a steeply pitched roof, tall chimneys, and distinctive half-timbering. The house is surrounded by a large, well-manicured lawn and is set back from the street, providing a sense of privacy and seclusion.
Inside, the President's House features a grand entrance hall with a sweeping staircase, a formal living room, a dining room, a library, and several bedrooms and bathrooms. The house is decorated with antique furnishings, fine art, and other items of historical interest.
In addition to serving as the official residence of the president of the university, the President's House is also used for special events and meetings. It is open to the public for tours on select days.