1901 Italian Renaissance – Zanesville, OH

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Added to OHD on 5/5/17   -   Last OHD Update: 10/9/19   -   23 Comments

1245 Blue Ave, Zanesville, OH 43701

  • $199,900
  • 6 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • 4420 Sq Ft
  • 0.98 Ac.
Stately 2 story stucco home built by Levi Burgess, a decorator for Weller Pottery. Many original features in the home. Situated on .98 acres lot. Detached 2 car garage.
Contact Information
Shirley McCollister, Prudential McCollister & Assoc.,
(740) 455-4300


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23 Comments on 1901 Italian Renaissance – Zanesville, OH

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11474 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Thanks Teri W for sharing!

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  2. ANSC says: 26 comments

    I am in love. Wouldn’t ever have thought about looking for an Italian Renaisance, but for some reason this house really spoke to me. I’ve owned some wonderful old homes, but the little town I live in now has mostly Victorians. I enjoy looking at them but don’t want to live in one. Our house has a big wonderful yard, part wild and some flower gardens. The house has wonderful flow, fantastic views, and a comfy feeling, but it is not this exciting. I hope someone buys and takes care of it.

  3. Karenz says: 1123 comments

    What a beautiful house! I wish that I could see the pics on my laptop and not just my phone (it crashed). It just looks perfect.

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  4. Linda R says: 233 comments

    Unbelievably gorgeous house and for only 200K? Amazing, but show us the bedrooms and baths.

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  5. Daughter of GeorgeDaughter of George says: 941 comments
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    1905 Neoclassic & 1937 Deco

    Gorgeous houses like this put the OH!!!!!! in Ohio.

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  6. DianeEG says: 526 comments

    Weller Pottery connection and they only show a close-up of one fireplace surround? This home is so graceful – everything seems to flow and makes it pleasing to the eye. Unless there are hundreds of negatives we aren’t seeing, seems a bargain.

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  7. Texas cowgirl says: 28 comments

    I really like the arched ceilings in the third and fourth pictures, simply stunning!
    This home exudes charm. ?

  8. gail says: 86 comments

    Oh how pretty. Sadly its in a very depressed area for finding a job but if you can it is lovely. I want to explore all the little nooks I see. The other thing good is no noisy neighbors or teen drinking parties….dead people are rather quiet.

    • Karen Abadie says: 80 comments

      I didn’t see a cemetery near by…what dead people?

      Another drawback to Ohio is the high property taxes. It shows the home assessed around $97k and property taxes are a little over $4k, and in Ohio, you have to check and make sure that the amount shown for taxes isn’t for just 6mos. I’ve learned that since I have been thinking about moving near my sister in the Cleveland area.

      • Ashley403 says: 79 comments

        I think Gail is talking about the funeral home next door. The funeral home matches the house above as with outside trim etc.(see street view) wonder what the story is. The street view makes the house look even more stately.

  9. kathy stokes-phillips says: 219 comments

    i love the yellow sunroom, lots of light, i’d sleep out there, ha

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  10. Judy Acereto says: 1 comments

    This could get me to move East.

  11. Colleen J says: 1223 comments

    Lots and lots to love and at a great price too. I too love the yellow sunroom!

  12. azdi says: 34 comments

    Very nice house with a very stately appearance in comparison to the surrounding houses. Love the large front yard and the separate 3-car garage. I just don’t think I could live next door to a funeral home.

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  13. LettyMLettyM says: 5 comments

    Why does it say “Detached two car garage?” It looks like 3 or is one door fake?

  14. Bigrog says: 183 comments

    Very stately home. I love all the rooms. As far as the funeral home goes, you could extend the brick wall or even raise it taller. Go to Zillow and look at Street view, and you will see what I mean.

  15. DJ says: 76 comments

    placement of the fridge over the doorway in kitchen is frustrating, seems they remodeled it without thinking of that piece. Rest of house is amazing ! love the wood and fireplaces, and that sunroom!!

  16. Rebnflames says: 36 comments

    I’m disappointed the upstairs isn’t showing where the eyebrow windows in the roof are located! Was really looking forward to seeing how they treated that. Lovely home overall and love the cove ceiling in the one room and all the casements

  17. George Stout says: 1 comments

    The room to the left of the refrigerator was a walk in refrigeration room when the house was built. The eyebrow windows are on the 3rd floor which is open. I walked this home on Friday and I am currently in contract. The garden patio is incredible! Can’t wait to move in.

    • Kurt Winsley says: 2 comments

      Congratulations George! It will be nice to see someone living there who cares for the house. My wife lived there for some of her teen years. Spent a few Christmases in that nice living room.

  18. MaggieMayMaggieMay says: 28 comments
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    1945 Craftsman
    Athens, TN

    I am not crazy about the kitchen, but with all that room, oh the fun I would have remodeling it!!! I am in love. Gorgeous!!

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