Historic House Listings

Big house with almost 4,000 square feet! Circa 1914 in Ohio. $275,000

July 8, 2024

This is a big house with almost 4,000 square feet! The house was built in 1914. It is located on 1.56 acres in Youngstown, Ohio. The house features parquet floors, grand staircase, wainscoting, crown moulding, wide baseboards, vintage light fixtures, french doors and built-ins. Six bedrooms, four bathrooms and 3,962 square feet. $275,000

Contact Kyle Sunkel with Howard Hanna: [email protected]

From the Zillow listing:


Situated next to the Beautiful Mill Creek Park and Lake Cohasset, in The Historic Idora Neighborhood is 1910 Volney Road. An Iconic Brick Home on over one and half acres. An Ivy-Covered Front porch leads you into the oversized foyer complete with the original tile and breath-taking staircase. The tile continues into the study complete with a fire place and half bathroom. Through the glass doors is an expansive formal living area with windows on all sides, a large fireplace and two sets of doors leading onto a gracious sized covered porch with large brick pillars. The large Formal dining room has another fireplace As well as built in cabinets, two sets of double doors lead to an enclosed patio. The spacious kitchen has a serving area, a food warmer connected to the radiator system and a butler pantry that has been converted to a first-floor laundry room and connects to a back stair case. Upstairs there are 6 bedrooms all with hardwood floors, three of the bedrooms have fireplaces. 2 full bathrooms upstairs boasting the original white tile, and a third full bath off the smaller bedrooms. A second-floor balcony overlooks the yard. The third-floor unfinished attic space has easy access with its own stairwell. The Three Car Brick garage has an additional living area above it complete with full bathroom and one bedroom. Come own a piece of history, the glass doorknobs, hardwood floors, wood work, radiators and Craftsmanship of this gorgeous estate truly make this home One of a kind!


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