1906 – New London, OH

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101 E Main St, New London, OH 44851

  • $119,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3628 Sq Ft
Exquisite staircase and entrance. Stained glass, large open rooms with lots of charm and character. Hardwood floors under the carpet. 40 new windows, new roof, new furnace and water heater in the last 8 years. Room sizes are approximate. Call Cindy for private showing.
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Cindy Light, Coldwell Banker,
(419) 281-2000

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21 Comments on 1906 – New London, OH

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  1. Shaneen says: 2 comments

    Lovely Home! All the little details, the woodwork, just beautiful.

  2. BethanyBethany says: 3450 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    I love the pier glass and the beautiful light in the entrance hall.

  3. L Adams says: 56 comments

    Dazzle your Harry Potter fan friends with a Mirror of Erised right in the entry! Amazing house!

  4. Annabelle says: 112 comments

    Kelly, you got the fourth picture of the inside of the house upside down! I couldn’t figure out why the ceiling was fuzzy! I thought that I didn’t care for that ceiling treatment! LOL!

  5. mlsheelermlsheeler says: 53 comments
    1929 Brick Foursquare
    Harrisonburg, VA

    Does that type of detail on the ceiling have a name?

  6. Paul says: 2 comments

    Found this old 1911 postcard on eBay with part of the front of the house.
    The top of the tower was open with no windows.

  7. Paul says: 2 comments

    The house next door, very similar inside to this house including the ceilings. Wondering if they were built by the same family or speculator. Same staircase too.


    Just as beautiful.

  8. Kris Tallon says: 5 comments

    Beautiful home. All the details. I think I would update in the kitchen . Looking to move back to KY/OH area this year. Will be looking for an older home.

  9. Rick says: 11 comments

    Wonderful diamond in the rough…Hopefully she will get someone that will renovate and bring her back to the formal glory.

  10. Paul W says: 1 comments

    Shame they replaced all the windows in it and The home depot bathroom is a detraction but a great house overall and a lot of house for the money with eth wedding cake plaster and some nice light fixtures its pretty impressive for the dollars.

  11. ddbacker says: 485 comments

    This is a very interesting and attractive mish mash. I’ve never seen anything quite like it. It’s a secondempcapetorian!

  12. BugLadyBugLady says: 65 comments

    You know, that’s only a two hour drive to Reynoldsburg every morning and night. I can handle that commute.

    Love this place.

  13. Laura Thornton says: 65 comments

    I think this house is exquisite. I love the plaster detailing, the arches around the windows in the kitchen, the staircase and woodwork. It’s sad that the floors are covered but the carpeting appears to be in very good condition. The exterior needs painting and the garage needs work, but otherwise, it seems in great shape. Would like to see the view from the tower windows.

  14. John Shiflet says: 5426 comments

    Lovely home here as others have noted. I too like the entry pier mirror, the classy light fixture near it, and the “wedding cake” ceiling plaster ornament. The delicate plaster may look rather lost in the sea of white paint but when properly highlighted as you can see in this Osawatomie, KS, Geo. Barber designed mansion, the (recently) gilded plasterwork greatly enhances the ceiling: https://www.flickr.com/photos/11236515@N05/15458672700/in/album-72157646670849453/ and https://www.flickr.com/photos/11236515@N05/15458389600/in/album-72157646670849453/ Apparently, in quality homes at the turn of the last century, fine Quartersawn Oak trimmed pier mirrors were quite popular-this painted over version was in a towered Queen Anne style home in Jacksonville, IL. https://www.flickr.com/photos/11236515@N05/22319957219/in/album-72157660334130225/ It was the residence of the city’s mayor at the time. Overall, this New London, Ohio home appears to be reasonably priced for the features offered.

  15. Gregory K. Hubbard says: 455 comments

    Those mirrors would certainly be a lovely place for a lady to check her appearance before heading out for the day, and not nearly as cumbersome as a freestanding full hall tree with a mirror.

  16. says: 17 comments

    I am so in love with this house. I’m currently looking for a home for my family but I could never convince my husband to go this far out of our price range.

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