Empty c.1930s Jacobean Revival Manor Reduced to $1.47M in Shaker Heights, OH (PHOTOS)

Empty c.1930s Jacobean Revival Manor Reduced to $1.47M in Shaker Heights, OH

$1,475,000 | Built c.1936 | 9 Beds | 8.5+ Baths | 12,607 Sq. Ft. | 0.94 Acres
17250 Parkland Drive, Shaker Heights, Ohio, United States, 44120

One of the largest mansions along Parkland Drive in Shaker Heights, Ohio is still looking for a buyer after first hitting the market in February of 2018. Designed by renowned architect John Sherwood Kelly and built c.1936 in a Jacobean Revival style, the 12,600 square foot residence has been reduced to $1,475,000. It was once on the market as much as $2,150,000 and records show it last selling in 2015 for $1,575,000. Listing photos from just a year ago show the interiors filled with life and personality. The current photos paint a very different picture, showcasing dark and empty rooms awaiting a new owner to breathe life back into the residence – we’ve included the furnished photos at the bottom for comparison. The main floor hosts a collection of grand formal rooms, including a large entry hall with curving staircase and stone floor, a formal living room with panelled walls, a beamed ceiling and stone fireplace and a completely remodelled kitchen and adjoining breakfast room. There are four floors of living space with nine bedrooms, eight full and one half bathrooms, including a large master suite with marble bathroom, dressing rooms, sitting room and private terrace. The third floor is finished with bedrooms while the lower level includes a home theatre, catering kitchen and tons of storage. Additional features include a swimming pool, pool house and four car garage. There is so much potential here! It’s on the market for $1,475,000 with Adam Kaufman of Howard Hanna.



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