About This 1872 Second Empire House In Cleveland Ohio
Located in the Ohio City Landmark District, this 1872 Grand Manor was built by Cleveland’s 22nd mayor Frederick W. Pelton. Featured on OC Home Tour & as a showcased splendid renovation in the Plain Dealer, this magnificently updated Victorian has many historic features & new custom touches. Boasting 4,000 Sq ft, this home is well proportioned & comfortable. 11′ ceilings draw the eye to the intricate, decorative crown moldings. Grand Living rm Dining rm offers 2 sets of tall bay windows filling the room with light, massive fireplace w/granite hearth & floor to ceiling shelves. The Parlor overlooks redesigned front garden with original wrought iron fence. Bright 1st flr office w/fireplace & double doors. Recently renovated Kitchen with new granite counter tops, ornate double doorway casings, stamped tin ceiling. Newly refinished Oak Hardwood flrs throughout. Front & rear staircases lead to 2nd floor featuring 4 large bedrooms, new 2nd Fl. laundry rm, 2.5 baths. Owner suite skylight, walk in closet, private full bath & sitting area. Finished 3rd Fl. is used as a family rm or suite. Adjacent unfinished rm plumbed for bath. Tower room 3rd fl access & picturesque rooftop view of the city & lake. Your own personal view of the Cleveland airshow or 4th of July fireworks! Full bsmt walks out to rear garden oasis. Brick paved drive w/new gate. Close to west side market & booming W 25th street shops & restaurants!! Minutes from downtown with easy freeway access.