20 Wood AvenueGlendale, OH 45246
Glendale Historic District House, sits on 2.37 acres, approx 5000 sqft, built in 1855. 11&9' ceilings, bookcases, HWFL, 1st fl laundry, carriage house, 7 fireplaces, grand entertaining rooms, exquisite wood work, butler pantry, 3rd fl ready to finish. Back & front staircases, large brick patio, big landscape gardens, study, glass front doors, updated electric, sun room off kitchen.
The Glendale Historic District contains within its boundaries what is believed to be the oldest planned subdivision village in America. William Alexander Procter and William Cooper Procter (presidents of Procter & Gamble) were one-time prominent residents. One finds a variety of homes from historic residences from the 1850s and every decade thereafter in a wide variety of price points. In 2020 Glendale become a railroad "Quiet Zone". Trains are prohibited from blowing horns within the Village.
The Glendale Heritage Preservation Museum is located in the old railroad depot at the Village Square. The Village has four garden clubs that help to maintain green spaces at the square, parks and various public properties. The Harry Whiting Brown Community Center hosts summer concerts as well a holiday home tour and other community events. The Village's chamber of commerce coordinates an annual Street Faire, Antique Auto Show and Christmas in the Square celebration. Glendale has an annual Memorial Day parade.
20 Wood Avenue
Glendale, OH 45246