Talk about aging gracefully! Only four families have lived in this 118-year-old home that was built by one of the shipping icons of Cleveland and featured as one of the city's luxurious homes in the Plain Dealer in 1900. Now located in a National Register Historic District neighborhood, the Colonial Revival house boasts the graceful elements of yesteryear - high ceilings, leaded glass, spacious rooms, a luxurious main staircase with 5 spindles per step, and arguably on of the best front porches in Cleveland Heights. The house retains most of its original architectural features as well as the original copper counter in the butler's pantry, claw foot bathtubs and large kitchen sink, plus original copper and brass door knobs and drawer pulls throughout. With it's people-watching front porch and double-size lot with room for expansion or additions - and perfect for gardens, gazebo or even a pool - this is a great place to hang out at home, but it's also in the heart of a fantastic neighborhood. A short distance to University Circles museums and Severance Hall, the CWRU campus, University Hospitals, Little Italy, the Cedar Fairmount and Coventry Road shopping districts with banks, specialty shops, restaurants and library. Plus this Beautiful home is Cleveland Heights Point of Sale Violation Free!!