1925 Colonial Revival – Cleveland, OH

SOLD / Archived From 2014
Added to OHD on 12/30/14 - Last OHD Update: 2/14/18 - 7 Comments
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  • $75,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 2064 Sq Ft
  • 0.3 Ac.
Great opportunity on Fairmount Boulevard! Within walking distance to GiGi's and On the Rise. Minutes from University Circle, UH, The Cleveland Clinic, and shopping! This property is a short sale.
Sold By
Cathy LeSueur, Howard Hanna      (216) 751-8550
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7 Comments on 1925 Colonial Revival – Cleveland, OH

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  1. AvatarMs Mona Lisa says: 1 comments

    Would love to see the “then” photos:)

  2. RossRoss says: 2406 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    Oh yummy! A fresh crop of houses to drool over! Thank you Kelly!

    You know, I would buy this place just for the original kitchen cabinets!

  3. AvatarVicki F says: 72 comments

    I would hurt myself to get those vintage kitchen cabinets! Drawers in the base cabinets – the only way to go.

  4. LeutyLeuty says: 23 comments

    From the area, and this is a great location , though busy road. Did anyone notice the name of the realty company….Puppy Realty !

  5. AvatarLaurieW. says: 1605 comments

    Good bones in this house. I like the kitchen too but love the bathroom — like stepping into history.

  6. John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 4714 comments

    Cleveland is a city made up of neighborhoods. There are safe, clean, and prosperous neighborhoods as well as marginal neighborhoods in decline. Provided this is in a relatively safe neighborhood, it seems like a good buy. A friend of mine, a native born Clevelander, lives in the inner suburb of Lakewood and would never live anywhere else. Old house lovers there also cluster in Ohio City, a neighborhood (once a city that was annexed to Cleveland) which has perhaps the best Victorian era homes remaining in Cleveland. The city once had a fabled four mile stretch of Victorian mansions along Euclid Avenue (the old historic road going to Buffalo, NY) which was home to the likes of John D. Rockefeller and Charles Brush, founder of General Electric. The Andrews mansion was one of the grandest in the entire Midwest yet it sat vacant for several decades before being razed. Now all that remains on Euclid are six or seven of the old mansions with everything else long demolished for commercial redevelopment. I hope this house has a better future. Cleveland is showing promising signs of coming back in recent years. (besides the return of LeBron and the coming Republican national convention for 2016)

  7. AvatarLee Cozad says: 1 comments

    Cleveland Heights is a great place to find cheap, old house projects than can be bought fixed and sold for a mild profit with your own sweat equity. I will go there anytime to buy, restore, and resell, but never to live and raise my children. Too much bloated, over-reaching city government, poor roadways, lack of highway egress, terrible schools, high taxes. The transitional residents from Case Western and the Cleveland Clinic are the only drive in the real estate market, so find one in close proximity and you will have a winner! Good luck to the new owner!

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