1904 Tudor Revival – Cleveland Heights, OH – $550,000

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Added to OHD on 2/12/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/9/19   -   15 Comments
2700 E Overlook Rd, Cleveland Heights, OH 44106

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  • $550,000
  • 6 Bed
  • 3 full, 2 half Bath
  • 4776 Sq Ft
  • 0.46 Ac.
Step through the front door of this Tudor Revival and take a step back in time. Built in 1904 and designed by Meade and Garfield, it is a grand old house with many original details and architecture. A gracious foyer leads into the “gallery” with original painted canvas murals on the walls and a WBFP. Natural woodwork, hardwood floors, crown moldings are throughout the house. Original French doors, leaded glass and beamed ceilings add to the charm and warmth. Light and bright eat kitchen with bay window, center island, hickory cabinets and granite counters. Large dining room opens into a solarium which leads out to a deck, patio and private yard with mature plantings and privacy. Living room has beamed ceilings and French doors leading into sun room. There also is a library on first with FP, book shelves, and natural woodwork. Beautifully crafted staircase leads to second floor with four bedrooms and two full baths plus a second office and “sleeping porch”. Two more bedrooms and bath on third with tons of storage. Home has been lovingly maintained and restored over the years by current owners and remained within the same foot print. Two zoned heating with c/a on second and third. Located minutes to University Circle, and all things Cleveland Heights. POS compliance.
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Linda Johnston, Howard Hanna
(216) 751-8550
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15 Comments on 1904 Tudor Revival – Cleveland Heights, OH – $550,000

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  1. AvatarJoan says: 11 comments

    This incredible beauty would be twice the price in Northwest Arkansas…I wish I could move it here.

  2. AvatarClund says: 150 comments

    What a fabulous Tudor! So many wonderful details. And, two solariums/sunrooms! The entryway is just awesome. Barrel vaulted ceilings, murals on the walls and tons of original woodwork. I even like the nook for a fire. I’d be afraid to actually burn anything for fear I’d burn the house down.

  3. AvatarDrew S. Saint James says: 25 comments

    Absolutely gorgeous. The only changes Id make is to the kitchen. Paint out cupboards white,and put in white quartz countertops. Otherwise, the house is perfect. Would be nice to know if 🔥 places work and outside pictures of property would be nice

  4. RosewaterRosewater says: 4410 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Cool house! Lots going on there. I’d call it: transitional Arts & Craftsman with Mock Tudor aspects and lingering bits of Shingle Style and Free Classic Victoriana; but it’s mostly an Arts and Crafts house, (IMO – obviously). Really pretty, with some fine decorative details of a variety of styles. My favorite room is the main solarium. NICE. Hate the contemporary tile, love the space.

    • MichaelMichael says: 1268 comments

      I like your description of the house and it seems to fit. It shows they were not afriad to color outside the lines and mix several styles!

      • RosewaterRosewater says: 4410 comments
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        1875 Italianate cottage
        Noblesville, IN

        It’s a really great house; I’m sure you agree Michael. 🙂

        • Michael MackinMichael Mackin says: 1268 comments

          I agree! It is a stunning house. Even with the mix in styles, as you pointed out, it seems cohesive. Kodos to the owners for caring for this gem!

  5. Avatarjeff myers says: 50 comments

    Holy guacamole! That is an absolutely perfect home! It would be over 4 million where I’m from!

  6. Avatartim hildebrandt says: 41 comments

    Did I count 9 fireplaces? This is one of the best Tudors I’ve seen. Have to be pretty rich to afford it tho…

  7. Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 1849 comments

    Lots of lovely elements in this house. The murals, the windows, the bookcases, the barrel ceilings, the various fireplaces, etc, etc! 👍🏼

  8. AvatarBethany otto says: 2585 comments
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    Escondido, CA

    Cleveland Heights always makes my heart flutter before I even see the pictures! I wish I could see what the kitchen in this home was like originally.

  9. AvatarMaggie says: 10 comments


  10. Tommy QTommy Q says: 462 comments
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    1875 Eastlake
    Ione, CA

    I am very familiar with Cleveland Heights. I always thought the heaviness o the homes built there was a product of the intense winters and humid summers. Cleveland, Shaker, University Heights are chock full of this architecture. I had a few girlfriends from that area when I was in High School and going to Junior College. I was a farm boy from Willoughby, a small town east of there.

  11. AvatarSusy in Missouri says: 4 comments

    Fabulous house. Love 99.9%, simple cosmetic changes for the .1%.

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