1885 – Marietta, OH – $749,000

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Added to OHD on 2/4/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/4/19   -   20 Comments
340 N Seventh St, Marietta, OH 45750

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Tree lined drive leads to a sense of calm complimented by nature, gardens and park like one acre grounds. This urban 1885 Victorian mansion enjoys total privacy and at the same time the proximity to the city. Over 5,000 square feet of careful planning and restoration which complies to the period. The result is a residence that shows equal appreciation for history, modernity and comfort. Timeless architecture that reflects the Eastlake style with an exuberant display of rich artistic details. Personal contents are negotiable and timely possession.The perfect Bed and Breakfast opportunity. We invite you to make your own history at Cisler Terrace Mansion.
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Tania Moore, Re/Max Properties Of The Valley
(304) 428-8200 / 304-482-7896
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20 Comments on 1885 – Marietta, OH – $749,000

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  1. NonaKNonaK says: 100 comments
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    Austin, TX

    An absolute picture! Inside and out.

  2. Bethany otto says: 2448 comments
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    Escondido, CA

    One of my favorite Bricktorians ever; what lovely decorating, great kitchen, beautiful property, and that Egyptian looking light fixture is so delicious! Wow!

  3. Stacy says: 34 comments

    Love, love, love!!

  4. DeniseLynn says: 212 comments

    What a gorgeous home! So many fabulous details! I really like the kitchen. But I think I love the bookcases in the study/library more!

  5. dkzody says: 271 comments

    Such a stately, gracious home. The grounds are wonderful, too.

  6. RosewaterRosewater says: 4221 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Those doors are something else again! Actually, all of the exterior decorative elements have a very unique quality to them. To my eye, the whole place seems to somehow defy having a definable style. Yes there are Aesthetic Period elements, but the house still seems to exist outside those bounds. Interesting.

  7. CharlestonJohnCharlestonJohn says: 749 comments

    Thomas Cisler was a German immigrant who built this fine Queen Anne/ Eastlake mansion with bricks from his Thomas Cisler and Son brickworks, which he had started a few decades prior. The front door and staircase are both stunners.

    Individually listed on the NRHP as Cisler Terrace, the house underwent an extensive restoration in 1997 after sitting vacant for a number of years.


    1886 newspaper article:

  8. Joe says: 577 comments

    What an elegant house! I can’t see detailing that would bring Eastlake to my mind as a major influence, but who cares with the detailing that is there in a house like this.

  9. Lori says: 11 comments

    I love it! Such a beautiful home with delicious details.

  10. Tina Kaasmann says: 2 comments

    Did you notice the bird nest in the 6th to last picture !!-= near the copper downspout! Also– what do you call that lattice work driveway application ????

  11. KarenR says: 35 comments

    That intricate lighting fixture is mine now. Back off!

  12. Cindy says: 125 comments
    1866 Italianate/Queen Anne
    Brunswick, MO

    I love everything about this house. It’s perfect.

  13. David Sweet says: 117 comments

    I love absolutely everything about it; especially the kitchen!

  14. Bigrog says: 176 comments

    If there ever was a home to fall in love with, this would be the one. Absolutely beautiful!

  15. JimHJimH says: 3899 comments
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    A wonderful house, designed and built by local master builder Adelphia Morris. The present owners repaired and restored the house when they bought it in 1996, though the preservation of original details is due to the unbroken Cisler ownership for a century before that. Lillian and Grace Cisler grew up there with their father, a spinster aunt and their grandparents who built the house. Both were nurses who didn’t marry, and they left much of the property to the city for a park.

  16. MJGMJG says: 180 comments
    1887 Queen Anne

    Wonderful Property.
    The lady on the staircase used to be holding something at one time. I wonder what.
    That Aesthetic Movement Chandelier must have cost a fortune! Unless its original in which it is worth one.

  17. Home lover says: 16 comments

    Very Impressive. It is perfect for me, inside, outside & around the grounds. The details in the halls are amazing! Would love to see more pics! Is there a butlers pantry or a back staircase? Love that there is Hoosier! The window/fireplace wall is so ingenious, would love to see the mini house in that room too. Gorgeous House!

  18. Kathryn Evans says: 25 comments

    Not only amazing house, but the grounds are lovely as well.

  19. Julie G says: 2 comments

    Oh!wow😃 Gorgeousness everywhere inside and out! I’d love to just wander around there…aaaahhh

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