1887 – Clyde, OH

Off Market / Archived
Posted April 2016. This home has been archived on OHD. The sold status is unknown.
Added to OHD on 4/21/16   -   Last OHD Update: 10/14/19   -   23 Comments

948 Vine St, Clyde, OH 43410

  • $195,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2498 Sq Ft
  • 0.5 Ac.
This immaculate 1887 Victorian has been restored with attention to detail. It has original fireplaces, trim, doors, windows, and refinished oak hardwood floors. It also has new handcrafted custom cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, tile, stainmaster carpet, paint, plumbing, electrical, and a duel zone HVAC system with high efficiency furnaces and air conditioners. This house is loaded with charm with 3 porches, a sun room, a walk up attic, a china cabinet, 2 staircases, a bay window, a whirlpool tub, and beautiful woodwork. The property is on a double lot with a shed and a 2 car garage. Extra Parcel #32-50-00-0887-00
Contact Information
Joan Elflein, Ohio Broker Direct,
(614) 989-7215

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23 Comments on 1887 – Clyde, OH

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  1. PepperReed says: 56 comments

    WOW. This is just lovely!

  2. Pacific Northwest Girl says: 32 comments

    Holy smokin’ meatballs!! Move-in ready! I personally love the updated kitchen and bathrooms. This is truly charming.

  3. Ross says: 2524 comments

    I may be wrong…but this house appears to be a tale of two eras.

    There is the original house, which appears to have had a RADICAL update about 20 years after it was built. This update includes the porch, staircase, mantels, and, well, just about everything.

    I would love to see an archival image of the house when new. Jim? How magical are you?

  4. SeanSean says: 161 comments
    1928 Spanish Revival
    Long Beach, CA

    Interesting… this is a Transformer. Looks like it started as an Italianate, then got a Greek Revival makeover on the exterior, but yet when you walk inside, the interior is almost Craftsman… very plain. And it’s interesting that the Craftsman style kitchen actually works pretty well because it is close in style to the interior.

    It’s in beautiful condition and looks like all the paint is fresh and like you said, Pacific Northwest Girl – it’s move-in ready!

  5. Lori says: 117 comments

    Well done to the choice of cabinets and colors in the new kitchen, really fits the house interior! Beautiful exterior!

  6. Tommy Q says: 466 comments

    Thank you Sean and Ross. What a clean, and tidy place in Clyde. This house appears to be multitasking plus you could probably own a camel in this town. (odd reference for those old enough to remember…)

  7. EyesOnYou1959EyesOnYou1959 says: 286 comments
    Lincoln, NE

    WoW…..What a Beauty! I wish it was HERE in Nebraska, though, lol!

  8. MonicaG says: 170 comments

    This is a Victorian? I’m (easily) confused. That said, it’s very pretty.

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11732 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      Based on the exterior window crowns and some of the arched windows, I’d say it started out as an Italianate and got a makeover a couple decades later.

  9. Ronda says: 24 comments

    Why-oh-why can’t this be in Tulsa??

  10. gail says: 86 comments

    Lovely little town in ohio. My dad worked for east ohio gas and this is one of the areas he worked in. Flat as a pancake but really friendly and you get that small town feeling…this house is beautiful

  11. Dwight says: 35 comments

    Tommy I love the camel joke. Such a beautiful home. I too was surprised at the craftsmen interior but I do love the kitchen.

  12. John Shiflet says: 5397 comments

    I agree there are at least two phases evident here. An 1887 Italianate (the window caps brick details) and then inside as well as outside, an early 1900’s Colonial/Classical Revival makeover. It was a pretty major makeover because I see nothing inside tying it to its 1880’s origins. So, in the end, the owner has a home with a hybrid of two periods resulting in a unique design.

  13. Carolyn says: 282 comments

    My Great Grandfather had a farm in Clyde Ohio. I grew up hearing my mothers stories of many happy summers spent there. The house was long abandoned when I snuck through it and took pictures. It was just as my mother described. I’m glad I had the opportunity to see it because it was torn down a few years later.

  14. Carmen says: 9 comments

    Amazingly beautiful home.

  15. Connie says: 1 comments

    “Victorian” is an era, not a style. We Americans seem to be confused about that.

  16. Michael Mackin says: 2044 comments

    It’s a beautiful house but the 1920’s craftsman interior does not fit with the exterior or the build date, even though it is well done. It just makes me wonder what the original interior really looked like and why it was changed!

  17. Jules says: 53 comments

    I enjoy the diverse observations of you folks who are obviously better-read on topics of history and architecture than I am…..but the slob in me is looking at the beautiful doorway under the staircase and wondering: cellar stairs or closet? Because if that’s a closet, I’m fantasizing about the emergency tidying that could be done as unexpected company ambles up the front walk.

  18. Guinan says: 53 comments

    I’m ready to pack up and move to Clyde! This hybrid works for me!

  19. Glo says: 1 comments

    Wow; this has been fixed up since I knew it; very near my parents’ place. Oh if
    only I was back there!

  20. Wanda Howell says: 1 comments

    Looks great love it want it

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