1926 Spanish Revival – Lorain, OH – $124,900

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Added to OHD on 1/31/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/13/19   -   23 Comments
3014 E Erie Ave, Lorain, OH 44052

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  • $124,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 1731 Sq Ft
  • 1 Ac.
This is a remarkable property sitting on an acre of land in the heart of Lorain. Buyers will enjoy a beautiful wooded lot with ravine that is adorned with an awesome accented hard head (stone) bridge leading to a great patio. Spanish styled ranch home. Beautiful stucco exterior, many amazing touches such accent tiled roof, custom light fixtures, leaded glass windows, huge patio with amazing mural overlooking a gorgeous yard. The inside is spectacular. The family room has an amazing ceiling that resembles an old wood hull of an extra large Spanish ship. The living room and dining room are accented with a gorgeous wood wainscoting. The fireplace in the living room is faced with beautiful marble. Each side of the fireplace has custom built-in hutches with lead glass windows. Above the hutches are lead glass windows looking to the outside. The custom kitchen features a subzero built-in refrigerator, a lunch counter around the cook top. There are Jack and Jill bedrooms which folks with young children will really appreciate. There are two full baths plus a full bath in the basement. In the basement there is a new furnace that is less then two years old with central air conditioning. The home is amazing. It odes need the usual decorating updates such as paint carpets and general repairs. There is a four car garage. The huge concrete turnaround makes it a breeze to exit your property. Call and see this property today.
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James Rieth, Rieth Realty
(440) 282-5156
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23 Comments on 1926 Spanish Revival – Lorain, OH – $124,900

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  1. AvatarDeniseLynn says: 239 comments

    There is a awful lot to work with here! Hopefully nice hardwood floors under that old red carpeting. They’re not part of the house, but I’d love to reupholster that green sofa, and that headboard in the second to last pic is gorgeous. And I wouldn’t mind sprucing up that sad, little patio that seems to have become a storage dump.

    • AvatarGrammyB says: 5 comments

      This time of year my patio and the side porch it’s off from, kind of look like a storage dump too. I’m betting, given the number of empty pots by the table, that they gussy it right up in the spring and summer as I do. It looks like a wonderful place to dig in the dirt, my favorite pastime. I love the house. I usually don’t care much for Spanish revival, but this is so eclectic that I really like it. I would even try to keep the 70’s kitchen if the cabinets are in good shape, just replace the countertops with poured concrete dyed to match the tile roof.

      • brigidbrigid says: 255 comments
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        1930 Eclectic Lake Cabin
        Smalltown, OK

        I think the kitchen cabinets look perfect with the style of the home.

    • jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 949 comments
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      1947 Ranch

      DeniseLynn, I totally agree with you on that headboard. It’s lovely! All they have to do is contact me and I’ll happily take it off their hands.

  2. AvatarSteve H says: 165 comments

    Probably not the best time of the year in Ohio to showcase the charms of a Spanish Revival house!

  3. RossRoss says: 2406 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    There is a four car garage.


    This is extraordinary for the era, and for such a small house.

    WHAT is the back story????????

  4. AvatarJudith says: 9 comments

    I am very impressed to see a house like this for that price! I personally only see cosmetic issues with the walls and ceiling, although the floors are anyone’s guess with the carpeting over them. And the mural??? In a place with that price??? Wow! If I were in the area, I would be in a hurry to try and get it!

  5. AvatarTC says: 10 comments

    I love this home, so much potential.

  6. AvatarPeggy says: 4 comments

    Go take a look at the exterior views from the “Map -Street View” which was from 2013. The yard was manicured and everything from the exterior was so pretty. From the overgrown front shrubbery, now it appears to have been totally unattended for a very long time. A real shame.

  7. AvatarGail Marshall says: 1 comments

    Love this!

  8. AvatarStevenF says: 766 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    I love these interwar Spanish Colonials. The wooden ceiling in the den is my favorite part.

  9. AvatarT West says: 2 comments

    The ships anchor in the drive way caught my eye and sure enough, Loraine is on the shore of Lake Erie, west of Cleveland. The bad news is there is a US steel facility in the immediate vicinity.

  10. AvatarRJ says: 1 comments

    I live near here and this house is also across the street from Lake Erie.

  11. KentDLDKentDLD says: 18 comments
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    Where else could you have a ship’s anchor in your front yard?

  12. JimHJimH says: 4204 comments
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    The house was built in 1926 for Henry F. Fralley (1874-1950), a dealer in coal and building supplies. Fralley was born in Chicago of German-born parents, and came to Lorain about 1902. He had 3 wives, 2 daughters and for awhile, a live-in companion.

  13. AvatarJoe says: 635 comments

    If you draw back to satellite view and switch to map, this one shows the lot lines. Looks like it is on three parcels.

  14. AvatarBrian Burbank says: 17 comments

    Love the house especially the garage and so would my vehicles!!

  15. AvatarGwenn says: 109 comments

    I’ve driven past this house many times and have always wondered what it looked like inside. Thanks for posting!
    There are a lot of historic homes on this street of road, right along Lake Erie.

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