Historic House Listings

6,500 square feet! Circa 1927 in Ohio. $379,900

January 23, 2024

This is a big house with 6,500 square feet! the house was built in 1927. It is located on .65 acre in Youngstown, Ohio. The house features hardwood floors, wide baseboards, crown moulding, grand staircase, wainscoting, french doors and a gated entrance. There is a large back deck, patio and gazebo. Six bedrooms, five bathrooms and 6,550 square feet. $379,900

Contact Wendy Perez with Exp Realty: [email protected] 330-503-2484

From the Zillow listing:


Stately, 16-Room, over 6500 Square Feet of living in luxury–this Colonial Home is nestled in the picturesque view of the Historic District overlooking the beautiful & serene Crandall Park. The inviting brick exterior hints at the exceptional beauty that lies within…a beautiful fusion of classic & contemporary. Step inside to discover a world of possibilities. A breathtaking formal Dining Room guides you toward a sunlit breakfast nook and an expansive kitchen. On the other side, an elegantly adorned Living Room awaits, complemented by an enticing Theater Room, beckoning for delightful entertainment. The 1st floor is also home to a roomy Office & half Bath. Upstairs you’ll discover the Generous Master Suite & Huge Bedrooms w/enormous closets/dressing rooms, & spacious Bathrooms. The finished 3rd level boasts two additional Bedrooms, a newly remodeled Full Bath & brand new carpeting installed 11/30/23. The Lower Level offers a Huge Rec. Room w/cozy fireplace, a Kitchen & a Full Bath. Daily chores are a breeze w/the laundry chute & Central Vac. Enjoy the outdoors in the charming gazebo or on the expansive deck. A massive 4-car garage with massive 2nd floor bonus room & gated entrance not only adds security & convenience but also elevates the allure of this already magnificent property. The list of features is vast, each one adding to the irresistible charm of this remarkable home–whether it’s quiet moments, lively entertainment or cherished time w/ loved ones. Schedule a tour today!



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