1928 Tudor Revival – University Heights, OH

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2481 Charney Rd, University Heights, OH 44118

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  • $185,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 1837 Sq Ft
  • 0.17 Ac.
You will fall in love with this Charming Brick Tudor-Colonial! Gorgeous architectural details with sandstone archways, original leaded glass windows, and intricate carved limestone fireplace with gas insert. Perfect layout for modern living -- The spacious living and dining rooms have incredible hardwood floors – The kitchen is a perfect mix of old and new, original wood cabinetry with updated granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and a great breakfast room. The screened in porch is ideal for 3-season dining or just to relax overlooking the backyard, plus it doubles as a mudroom! A first floor bedroom (currently used as a playroom) could make a great office and has a full bathroom with tub off the first floor hallway. Upstairs are 4 good sized bedrooms and the 2nd full bathroom. The finished 3rd floor offers bonus space not included in the square footage! The unfinished basement has tons of room for storage. New roof in 2016, plus many more updates including a newer boiler. 2 car detached garage. Excellent location is close to shopping, Whole Foods, and walkable to Fenwick Park! Easy commute to University Circle, CWRU, The Cleveland Clinic, and University Hospitals. Call for your tour today!
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Geoffrey Hoffman, Howard Hanna
(216) 496-4212
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12 Comments on 1928 Tudor Revival – University Heights, OH

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  1. Carol Murray says: 82 comments

    That is a beautiful home. A winner for me. Love the kitchen.

  2. Ellis says: 13 comments

    Someone please help me understand what I am seeing…. The windows are 18 over 18? That is even possible?! Is it typical?

    Kitchen and bath are wonderfully un-fooled-around-with!

    • Cathy F. says: 2208 comments

      I hadn’t even noticed those windows the first time through, but you’re right… a whole lotta panes! Although I’m seeing 15/15. Oh, wait a minute, I just found a 21/21 window in the LR, to the left of the fp!

    • BethsterBethster says: 871 comments
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      1927 Spanish Revival
      Richmond, VA

      Some are 15 over 15. Not sure if there are any that are 18 over 18 (didn’t check all).

    • Architectural ObserverArchitectural Observer says: 1016 comments
      OHD Supporter

      These small-paned windows are of leaded glass… they do not have wood muntins. The numerous panes would be odd for wood-muntined sash, but not for leaded windows. These original windows are an especially nice feature; looks like a very pleasant house retaining a good deal of originality!

  3. Cathy F. says: 2208 comments

    Nice house, inside & out. The kitchen reminds me a bit of my own with the original chair rail. And the bathrooms… I don’t remember ever seeing the yellow/pink (almost coral?) color combo of the tile in the first one pictured, but I rather like it!

  4. BethsterBethster says: 871 comments
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    1927 Spanish Revival
    Richmond, VA

    Nice delicate peach tones and pink tones in the wall tile in the bathrooms; also unusual tile on the floors. I really like the pink border tile in the peach bath!

    The kitchen cabinets look pretty good, too.

  5. Karen Abadie says: 105 comments

    Beautiful home. Wish the freakin’ taxes weren’t so high (appx $7k/yr)

  6. Beth H. says: 240 comments

    While I usually skip over houses this “new” (!), this is one I could be completely happy with! Those bathrooms are beautiful, and the kitchen is not overdone. I wonder if the finished attic space is included in the square footage? I hope not, because the main part of the house would be really small if so. I am struck by the fact that this house was built the year before the economy crashed… a family with all their hopes and dreams built this beautiful new place and may have lost it the next year – but 90 years later, it still survives intact.

    Beautiful house overall!

  7. Lori S says: 64 comments

    Usually I’m not a huge fan of the Tudor or Craftsman…. this one….this one is suburb! So welcoming and clean. All the details are stunning!


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