c. 1900 Queen Anne – Cortland, OH

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243 N High St, Cortland, OH 44410

  • $179,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2021 Sq Ft
  • 0.49 Ac.
One of a kind Victorian Century home. Architectural detail exterior & interior, wide woodwork, pocket doors, open 2-story stairway, large foyer, 2nd stairway (maids) to second floor, pantry off kitchen (potential laundry room). Newer 30 x 48 garage 4 doors (3 12') potential 2nd floor. Large walk-up attic. Home has new roof, siding 5 years, windows 12 years. New blacktop drive. Porch has vinyl railing. Paver walks, golf putting green in back yard. You have to see this home to appreciate the architectural details!
Contact Information
Ronald Hillier, William Zamarelli,
(330) 856-2299

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12 Comments on c. 1900 Queen Anne – Cortland, OH

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11785 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    This design looks familiar. Was it Radford?

  2. John Shiflet says: 5477 comments

    I too was thinking William A. Radford as we’ve seen several similar Radford examples before on the pages of OHD. Radford designed houses provided good value for the money and were popular nationwide during the first decade of the 20th century. The house looks move-in ready and relatively intact for the turn of the last century period.

  3. Pretty wallpaper!

  4. Scott Cunningham says: 393 comments

    Great house! Looks solid, liveable, and its really appealing from an architectural standpoint. Shame they didn’t have some similar architectural appeal incorporated into the garage. Just paining it the same color doesn’t cut it when you have a house that looks so great! Add in two dormers to the roof of the garage and some attractive features to the doors would fix it.

  5. Colleen Johnson says: 1169 comments

    So much to love, great street view too. My husband would kill to have a garage workspace like that one!

  6. KarenZKarenZ says: 1187 comments
    OHD Supporter

    I’ll bet that she really shines when the weather cooperates! Imagine her framed in Spring with the trees in full bloom, Fall with the beautiful colors of the leaves, Winter with the snow clinging to the Eaves. This is really a beautiful home.

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  7. J says: 2 comments

    Rip up that carpet and expose those floors. Upgrade the wallpaper or none at all.

  8. Harvey says: 1 comments

    I grew up in this house. We owned it from 1966 to 1978. There are many beautiful details not pictured. A bay window on the front staircase landing, curved walls in the hallway upstairs, pocket doors, a back staircase from the kitchen to the second floor and a full staircase to the third floor attic. So many good memories.

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