A Very Unique Home
The 100-mile House is a sprawling 22 room mansion located on an 11-acre
estate long the Ohio River off US Route 52.
The home was built in 1927 by Charles Scudder who named the
estate due to its location of 100-miles East of Cincinnati and 100-miles West of Point Pleasant, WV
known equestrian breeder Roger Selby bought the estate at a Sheriff’s auction in 1937 and owned the property for many
Selby raised and bred Arabian Horses on the estate siring some of
the preeminent Arabian bloodlines in America from his original stock of 20 horses imported from Crabbet Park Stud in England
in the 1920’s and 30’s.
The estate was restored in 1992 by Jim and Barbara Larter
and operated as a bed and breakfast for several years.
Today the manor is once again a pirvate home and
is currently owned by Jerry and Beth Huntley.