1858 Greek Revival/Italianate – Laurelville, OH

Added to OHD on 3/8/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   13 Comments
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15260 State Route 56 E, Laurelville, OH 43135

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  • $162,500
  • 5 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3200 Sq Ft
  • 1.83 Ac.
Built in 1858, this beautiful farmhouse sits on nearly two acres and is full of character and charm throughout. Former home to the Solomon Riegel family, from the grand entrance to the original woodwork and hardwood floors, it is an absolute must see. Two large parlors can be found in the front of the house before making your way to the formal dining room, kitchen, bedroom and full bathroom. Upstairs you will find four more bedrooms and a full bathroom. A little vision and TLC is all that is required for this one!
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Justin Hamilton, Plowman Properties
(614) 499-7776
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13 Comments on 1858 Greek Revival/Italianate – Laurelville, OH

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  1. StevenFStevenF says: 826 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    Solomon Riegel got himself a nice bannister. I love how the hand rail elegantly curves around at the switchback at the first landing. Much better than the heavy stuff that came later.

  2. Joe says: 754 comments

    I too like the stair and banister, but from my perspective, the most interesting aspect is the way the railing comes down in a seamless flow to a bombe, (accent on the e which makes it sound like the letter A saying its name), base instead of having a traditional newel post. This combined with the unusual shape of the rail and the elegantly simple turned balusters makes it really appear original to me. I would love it if any of you who are reading this and are familiar with this type of rail design would let me know what it is called and where you have seen it, because it unique in my experience.
    I think that this house has a lot of great stories to discover and be told to the conscientious restorer.

  3. Sandra Lee says: 196 comments

    This was such a remarkable post! Just extraordinary! Thanks Kelly!

  4. Dianna white says: 18 comments

    Love the floors, beautiful home

  5. says: 10 comments

    What’s amazing to me – the barn is intact and at least from the 1880’s—- beautiful home and property!

  6. Colleen J says: 1168 comments

    The price on this GORGEOUS house is unbelievable to me, it’s such a beautiful home, great post Kelly!

  7. HollyLiz says: 47 comments

    This house is so elegant. I love it!

  8. Allyson says: 85 comments

    I’m getting quite an education from reading all the posts on Old House Dreams. Thanks everyone!

  9. More says: 54 comments

    What a handsome house. Hugely appealing from several aspects. Solid, bold, self-confident, masculine; my kinda house. I could live there.


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