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Wabash Sheriff’s House and Jail by Equinox27
Downtown Wabash, Indiana 1880 Wabash Sheriff’s House and Jail in downtown Wabash. Designed by BV Enos & Son, the two-story Italianate landmark offers roughly 4,000 square feet and is located in the National Register-listed commercial corridor in downtown Wabash.
White house at Warren , Ohio by niikos
OMG by Dave
The incredible Marvin Kent house in Kent Ohio. Completed in 1884, this red brick mansion was home to Marvin Kent, president of the Kent National Bank. The town was actually named after him in 1864. The house was converted into a Masonic meeting hall in the 1920s, and remains so to this day.
Monroeville, Ohio Italianate by Equinox27
An imposing Victorian house and barn west of Norwalk, a nice town with lots of good architecture. It is on a large lot with outbuildings.
East Price Hill House by Brandon Bartoszek
Bowling Green house IMG_4656 by OZinOH
House near Wood County Courthouse, Bowling Green, Ohio
James Thurber House by Brandon Bartoszek
This house in Columbus, Ohio was built in 1873. From 1913 to 1917 James Thurber lived here. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. James Thurber was an author and cartoonist for the New Yorker.
Beautiful Historic Home by Michael Ihrig
IMGP8763 by Christopher Busta-Peck
1795 Crawford Road, Cleveland, Ohio
eastside by bill baker
eastern view of the front
Tipp City Tower House by Brandon Bartoszek
Warsaw Ohio, Coshocton County OH by Bruce Wicks
George F. Barber architect. 225 Beaver St. Adam Strome house.
Monroe St - Tiffin Ohio by Eckybay
Washington Courthouse Ohio Museum House by John S.
Fayette County Museum in Washington Courthouse, Ohio.
House with Tower, Columbus, 3 by shila wilson
Technically not a house, since it is being used as a law office. But it was a house. And it is beautiful. Columbus, Ohio. Corner of Fifth Ave and Neil Ave.