1938 Tudor Revival – University Heights, OH – $225,000

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Added to OHD on 8/11/17 - Last OHD Update: 2/14/18 - 12 Comments
2451 Charney Rd, University Heights, OH 44118

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Welcome to this fantastic English Tudor situated on a double lot on a demand street in University Heights. Gorgeous detail in the moulding and wood through out the home. The large living room with fireplace features hardwood floors and beautiful leaded glass windows. The ample dining room with built in has doors to a sun room overlooking the back yard. The kitchen features a separate eat-in area. Newer cabinets and counters in the kitchen. Master bedroom and private master bath on second. Also, two other large bedrooms with a jack and jill bathroom. The third floor features a bedroom and 3rd full bathroom. The floors are gleaming and the paint is fresh through the home! There is a finished recreation room in the basement. Loads of storage and laundry in the lower level. 2 car detached garage. House is going to be POS compliant. In addition to the home, there is a full lot included in the sale of the property. Entire exterior waterproofing done in two phases. Charming deck and yard!
Contact Details
Suzanne Deering, Howard Hanna Real Estate      (216) 831-9310
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12 Comments on 1938 Tudor Revival – University Heights, OH – $225,000

    • Agree, the woodwork around the fireplace and arches over the main doors are absolutely beautiful.

  1. Such a beautiful neighborhood. All that woodwork would be a full-time job to keep gleaming. I would need staff.

  2. The carved paneling in the library is just exquisite.

    And the kitchen is superb! I personally don’t care for the new cabinets and counters, but the tile-work is stunning.

    • The kitchen tiling and the phone nook remain, so fingers are crossed re: the bathrooms! 🤞🏼

  3. I would live there in a heartbeat! The wrought iron stair rail is not my taste, but the woodwork and curved arches are great!

  4. Just beautiful! Love the fireplace, crown moulding in the living room. Love the kitchen tile and the sun room. But I would have put in a window where the door used to be. Would have liked to see bathroom photos. In the suburbs of Detroit, this house would be twice the price as this home. Glad to see it has been so well taken care of over the years.

  5. I know this house very well since it was right down the street from my home in Shaker Heights. It is stunning. Thankfully preservation predominates in the Heights, as opposed to where we live now, in Lakewood. Oh, am I homesick. We do get lots of compliments on the restoration of our current home – I just wish that would inspire others to restore their homes around here, instead of enveloping them in plastic and replacing the original wood sash windows with hideous “replacement” ones 🙁


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