EUCLID, Ohio — Berkshire Hathaway Dwelling Providers actual property agent David Reimer isn’t modest about his new itemizing at E. 201st Road.
“It’s one of many final remaining nice lakefront estates within the metropolis of Euclid,” he says.
The Tudor-style home covers greater than eight,600-sq. ft. and has six bedrooms and three-and-a-half bogs. It was accomplished in 1925.
“Every room has its personal in European theme with elements of the room imported from Europe– wooden carvings, moldings, plaster work, a fire mantel, all imported from Europe,” Reimer says.” The eating room has a French theme, the lounge has an English theme, the examine has an Italian theme and the solar room has a Spanish theme.”
Located on practically 1.5 acres, the gated property presents unobstructed views, which may be loved from the stone patio, expansive landscaped yard or a personal seashore.
Handle: 50 E. 201st St.
Dimension: eight,659 sq. ft.
Lot dimension: 1.44 acre
12 months constructed: 1925
No. bedrooms: 6
No. bogs: three full, 1 half
College district: Euclid Metropolis College District
Actual property brokers and speak to information: David Reimer, Berkshire Hathaway Dwelling Providers
From the itemizing: “The primary front room was impressed by an English manor with arched doorways. The attractive marble fire/mantle have carved symbols of England, together with Tudor Rose, Royal Oak, Pomegranate, and Scottish Thistle, additionally mirrored within the intricate plaster ceiling/crown molding.”
Additionally from the itemizing: “The Italianate examine options Tuscan-style plaster on the partitions/ceiling complementing the Italian-marble fountain & stunning leaded-glass bookshelves/home windows.”
Extra from the itemizing: “The French-inspired eating room boasts crystal grape clusters on the wall sconces & chandelier with French Purple Marble masking the radiators/fire.”
An commercial for the house in 1925 described this room on the second ground as a “sleeping porch with a world of panoramic magnificence.”
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