Historic House Listings

The Leftwich House, Circa 1875 in Ohio. Beautiful stained glass. $180,000

May 23, 2021

This house is beautiful! So many original features! The Leftwich House was built in 1875. It is located in Greenville, Ohio. The home was built for Charles and Elmira Leftwich. The home features a wrap around porch, original woodwork, transom windows, stained glass windows, built-ins, solid wood doors, and original fretwork. The kitchen could definitely use some work, as could the bathrooms. The property features a patio area and a deck. There is updated plumbing and electric. The home was saved from demolition and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,432 square feet. $180,000

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From the Zillow listing:

 

Welcome to Leftwich House, a gorgeous Eastlake period 3 bed/1.5 bath home built around 1875 for Charles & Elmira Leftwich – situated on a corner lot near historic Downtown Greenville! The first house to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Darke County, saved from demo in 1976 by a local contractor, who restored the home into a showplace for our community. The interior trim is ash & walnut, the style of trim is different in each room. All plumbing lines & electrical wiring were replaced. Natural gas forced air furnace installed w/ all new ductwork, engineered for central air. All exterior walls & ceilings have been insulated. Some walls have been moved to make the home more suitable for modern living, yet keeping the original look. Roof replaced 9 years ago. Convenient 2nd-floor laundry room & 1st-floor 1/2 bath. Formal parlor, stained glass, stunning front porch, 2-car detached garage, concrete driveway, privacy fence, brick paver patio, & balcony. Must see!

 

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