The city of Cleveland and its surrounding suburbs are rich with history. Cities like Cleveland Heights or Shaker Heights, for example, started as farm lands and gradually made their way into villages before becoming the cities we know today.
While time continues to move forward, let’s look at some opulent homes that have great historical features still intact.
Originally built in 1915, the present seller has painstakingly restored this home to utter perfection maintaining all the home’s original character and detailing, while incorporating all of today’s modern technology and amenities. This English Country style home stays on brand with its style with its gorgeous exposed wood, large library and expertly maintained garden. Highlights of the main house include a grand formal living room with beamed ceiling and French doors onto the year-round glass walled solarium.
Another turn of the century home, built in 1910, this renowned Classic Federalist Revival sited on a wooded acre overlooking Fairfax Triangle. The Federalist Revival style includes features like columns and side porch entrances and was commonly used for larger homes or government offices. This home has been masterfully renovated throughout, maintaining all the original but including today’s modern luxuries and amenities. Including 8 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms and 5 fireplaces.
One of Cleveland’s most remarkable and iconic homes includes 6 bedrooms, a whopping 11 bedrooms and 6 fireplaces. This masterpiece eloquently blends traditional design with every modern amenity and luxury. Built in 1949, the style of Georgian was common for a large-scale development of that era. A key element of a Georgian style home is the two-story construction with five window and door openings on the first and second floor at the front of the home. As you can see, this home follows the style structure and has even more to offer!
This Jacobean Revival is one of the most renowned homes in Shaker Heights. The original settlers to Shaker Heights, the North Union Shakers, wanted a certain mystique for the area. Homes built in the area were traditional English and Colonial style. Built in 1936, this haven was created in the English Jacobean style to keep in line with the aesthetic of the city but on a much grander scale! The home boasts 9 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and a beautiful in ground pool.
Located in one of Northeast Ohio’s most charming suburbs, Chagrin Falls, this Italianate style home is one to envy. The style originated out of the Victorian era and the homes that were built in this style in the United States started to be resurrected shortly after the Civil War. Built in 1874, this home offers plenty of modern amenities while also giving you the opportunity to walk through history.
Mixing old with the new, this Fox Run home is truly a remarkable find. Built in 1929, this English Country Manor home makes you feel like you have been transported into Shakespearean times. But the interior has all the modern updates your heart could desire including an exercise room and stunning indoor pool.
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