1917 Colonial Revival
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443 New Street, Fairport Harbor, Ohio
Finnish carpenters constructed this home in the Dutch Colonial Revival style of the early 20th Century. It has been owned by the same family since it was built in 1917. It is a symbol of Old Fairport, surveyed in 1812, in a village that is emerging from a sleepy little town into one with lots to offer. The pictures tell the real story of how well the home was maintained. The home has several different wood floors, from pumpkin pine in the bedrooms to maple and pine with an inlaid patterned floor in the dining room, and two built-in leaded glass china cupboards separated by a window seat. All doors and wood trim are pristine & original. Lovely period bath on the second floor & small half bath in the basement, the kitchen is original, complete with a 1920’s porcelain sink. The beautiful open and wide staircase features imported gum wood stairs & a mahogany hand rail. There is a lower level with a family room with a gas Franklin fireplace, laundry and storage and a cold cellar room. 3 bedrooms w/ walk-in closets and one bedroom even has its’ own balcony; laundry chutes are located on the second floor and even in the kitchen. Outside welcomes you with a large garden surrounded by a white picket fence. A two car garage with storage area completes the package. You will fall in love! Walk to Lake Erie, Lake Metro Park Beach, the Lighthouse and a charming village with Antique Shops!
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