How can you see an old house painted pale purple with green shutters like this and not stop to get a closer look? I couldn’t. It was built in 1876, and the homeowners have done an amazing job updating it. It’s in Clifton, Ohio, where I grew up–an area known for having some pretty amazing old houses.
The kitchen alone tempts me to move back there (if I could come up with the $610,000 asking price). Take a look!
I found the house mentioned on a website about Cincinnati architecture that referred to it as the C.W. Deland house. It said the house style is Victorian, but the interiors look more clean and modern than I would expect from one.
Like it? More photos and information at Comey & Shepherd (listing by Cynthia Collins and Ian Collins). Thanks to Josh for telling me about it!
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