Jul 28, 2014
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Elizabethan Tudor Near Cedar Hill Selling for $849K

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This historic home sits on 1.67 acres at 2178 Harcourt Drive.

Frank Meade, known as the "Dean of Cleveland architects," designed the home in 1910 and finished it five years later. It was built for Kermode Gill, who built the Terminal Tower and Central Union Station, according to the listing on AOL Real Estate.

Today, the home sells for $849,000. It has nine bedrooms and eight bathrooms. It has 7,290 square feet.

For Realtor information and the full listing, click here.

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