A finished basement has recreation room, media room and a full bathroom. Outside is an in-ground pool and pool house, brick patio and a fire pit.
In 1998, the house sold for $725,000, according to the Montgomery County Auditor’s website.
Charles F. Kettering was the inventor of the electric automobile starter, holder of 140 patents, co-founder of DELCO electronics, head of research for General Motors, co-founder of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, benefactor of Antioch College and co-founder, with Edward Deeds, of the Engineers Club of Dayton.
The city of Kettering was named after the longtime inventor.
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