Historic House Listings

The H. C. Hopkins House, Circa 1906 in Ohio. $214,900

October 9, 2022

The home was built for H. C. Hopkins, President of the Thresher Varnish Company and one of the first members of Dayton’s YMCA. The H. C. Hopkins House was built in 1906. It is located in Dayton, Ohio. The home features a covered front porch, hardwood floors, stained glass, leaded glass, vestibule with original tile, crystal chandeliers, crown moldingĀ  and pressed tin ceiling. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms and 3,622 square feet. $214,900

Contact Lorka Munoz-Daugherty with Glasshouse Realty Group

From the Zillow listing:

 

Calling all historic home lovers! Welcome to the H.C. Hopkins’ House. Built in 1906 by Mr. Hopkins, President of the Thresher Varnish Company and one of the first members of Dayton’s YMCA. This Colonial Revival home is situated on a corner lot in the Dayton View Historic District. This house is the perfect opportunity for someone looking to own, love and restore a grand 116 year old house to its former glory. The careful restoration of this 3600 sq ft house has already begun with many of the major components having been completed including a new roof, HVAC for the first floor, tuckpointing and electrical throughout. A total renovation was complete in the parlor as well as much of the dining room, foyer and library. Character and original details abound in this 2.5 story, 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home including stained glass windows, built-in buffet, tin ceiling, 6 fireplaces and more. A large semi-finished attic provides space for recreation area/home office/ or fifth bedroom. Absolutely stunning crystal chandeliers. Two car carriage house features a full second floor that can also be a workshop or studio. This house is the perfect chance to take the reins and make it your own. Located right off of Salem Avenue and just minutes from the Gem City Market, Great Miami River, breweries, restaurants and all downtown Dayton has to offer. This once “Who’s Who” neighborhood is full of beautifully diverse architecture. This is an exciting time to join the momentum and be a part of the revitalization of a home with so much history. Imagine the possibilities and restore this phenomenal property into the stunning house you’d be proud to call home.

 

 

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