c.1920 Cleveland Heights, OH Manor Designed by Architect Frank Meade Once Priced at $1.5M, Sells for $655K
2780 E Overlook Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, United States, 44106
A beautiful historic home designed by architect Frank Meade in 1920 and once priced as much as $1,595,000 has sold for $655,000. It was most recently on the market for $699,900. The 15,000 square foot Renaissance style home had first been listed in mid-2015 for $1,595,000 before dropping to $1,095,000 in late-2016. No expense was sparred in the creation of this classic estate, it is designated as an Historic Cleveland Heights Landmark and is described as “the finest house I ever designed” by architect Frank Meade. Incredible attention to detail from the marble and wood flooring to the plaster and wood details on the ceilings and walls. A serpentine staircase made of Teak drapes down from the third floor cradling a giant birdcage elevator suspended in the center. Some of the unique features include original paintings, hidden safes for silverware & jewelry, curved doors to match the contour of the walls and chauffeur’s quarters with a living room, kitchen and bathroom. There are six bedrooms and six bathrooms throughout including a master suite with bedroom, sitting room, large closets, and two bathrooms. The mansion is nestled on 2.25 acres of private grounds complimented by a large greenhouse, and a separate three bedroom caretaker’s house with private entry. The property was last on the market for $699,900
$774,900 with The Russell Realty Company.