1922 – Youngstown, OH

Added to OHD on 6/20/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   25 Comments
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739 Cohasset Dr, Youngstown, OH 44511

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  • $149,900
  • 7 Bed
  • 5 full, 2 half Bath
  • 4308 Sq Ft
  • 1.36 Ac.
Beautiful workmanship in this one of a kind home. You have a choice of 3 master suites, 2 of which have fireplaces, and built-ins. There are 4 other large bedrooms with beautiful built-ins. The large living room includes a unique sitting nook by the fireplace, built-in bookshelves with the original lead glass, and a wall of newer replaced windows. The formal dining room includes a fireplace and window seats. The breakfast room boasts window seats with built-in storage units, the original tile flooring. The first floor is heated by a boiler and the second and third floor are heated by a forced air gas furnace and central air. The back staircase leads to the third floor includes a bath and 2 large rooms with built in closets. It’s a great space for an office or second living space. The options are endless. This beautiful home sits on a hill overlooking beautiful Mill Creek Park. You are with in walking distance to all park has to offer, walking trails, golfing, pick nick areas, The Rose Guarden, and so much more. This home and it’s beauty is a must see. Call me for a private showing today.
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Marni Andrews, Howard Hanna
(330) 702-8400
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25 Comments on 1922 – Youngstown, OH

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  1. Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 2182 comments
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    1920 Colonial Revival
    Upstate/Central, NY

    Ooooh, tons of very cool elements in this house!

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  2. FlaOHDJunkieFlaOHDJunkie says: 160 comments
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    1902 FL

    WOW better get your check in the mail – this won’t last long, both zillow and trulia have a little more information. Looks like a beautiful street also 7 br, 5 bath 2 half, 1.36 acre lot

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  3. Amy P. says: 229 comments

    How on earth can such a big and beautiful home be priced so low?

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  4. RosewaterRosewater says: 6670 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Another great English Arts&Crafts house for a song in Youngstown; and this one has some pretty nice interior decorative features too. Too bad “Scotty” can’t teleport houses.

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  5. Karen B says: 302 comments

    A delicious house! Looks to be a very nice neighborhood and so many lovely curvy architectural details. I really like the funky little half bath. This is a house I could be convinced to move into if I had the money to board my horses close by.

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  6. Karen B says: 302 comments

    A delicious house! Looks to be a very nice neighborhood and so many lovely curvy architectural details. I really like the funky little half bath. This is a house I could be convinced to move into if I had the money to board my horses close by. Quite possibly a great deal for someone.

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  7. David D says: 52 comments

    at that price it should be sold in a week. Great house, a little rehab and it would be a palace.

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  8. belindabg says: 28 comments

    can anyone explain why this is so inexpensive?

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    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11849 comments
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      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      Location. Location. Location. And location. A homes price starts being calculated based on location. 😀 Youngstown economics are not as well off as say, Asheville, NC or heck, Cincinnati, Ohio.

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      • Ryan says: 461 comments

        Also, 17 people were murdered there, plus the house was built on top of an ancient Indian burial ground, and also the cellar contains a portal to hell. OK, I don’t actually know these things are facts for sure, but that’s my best educated guess.

        But seriously, the thing that I find most interesting in this house is that woodwork combined with the multi-paned windows, especially the part in the dining room. I recall seeing this very similar arrangement in some 1940s movie with either Olivia de Havilland or Bette Davis. It was set in London, so maybe this is an English style house? Anyway I love it. As others have mentioned, that little powder room two steps down under the stairs is a great one-of-a-kind feature. The whole place shows quality and its lines have a simple elegance. If I can unload Ryan Manor, anyone want to go halfsies?

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  9. Julie C. says: 351 comments

    There are some things that I can see that need work and no doubt there are things not visible that may need a lot of work but for that price one could easily afford to deal with those. I would also enjoy putting in some landscaping that would compliment the house and really make it pop.

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  10. Woeisme says: 147 comments

    It appears to be a nursing home. The house is impressive but there are boarded up buildings nearby.

  11. janyan says: 29 comments

    What a pleasant surprise on the inside! However, it does appear that it has a commercial past. Did anyone else see the EXIT sign over one of the doorways on the second floor? Curious for sure. I’d love to know the history of this old gal.

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  12. nic says: 77 comments

    Built for Alfred E Reinmann who in 1912 founded the Central Savings and Loan and then in 1916 also founded the Central Bank and Trust, both of Youngstown. He lived there until 1927 and due to financial pressures sold the place to Charles C Scott, founder of the Scott Company, haberdasher to the elite of Youngstown. Scott lived there until 1936 when depression finances caught up with him as well.

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  13. MandieMandie says: 3 comments
    Glendale, AZ

    This one is definitely on my radar, but I’m a bit warry of the crime rate. This neighborhood seems to be very nice, are looks deceiving?

  14. Brooke Peterson says: 1 comments

    This is my house. Bought it in 2005. Its a lovley large home and you can walk down the street right into the mill creek park which is beautiful. Many in the neighborhood by the park are working on the old mansions. It was a group home until recently. Many renovations like a new boiler and air conditioning new windows newer roof. The house has a rich history and is really a jewel.

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