Ruins of East Cleveland

Submitted by Evelyn Kiefer on Wed, 05/05/2010 - 08:12.

According to the 1920 census data, the home of the Karr family. A grand colonial with a vast front porch, sweeping staircase and a window seat at the landing, four fireplaces and a charming Arts and Crafts inglenook in the parlor. Spacious dining room, living room and drawing room with plaster and panelling have a french flair. Closets with elegant built-in oak cabinets. Built ca. 1905. 4,213 sq. ft. This house has been vacant since spring 2009, vandalized and deteriorating since its owner went into a nursing home.

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No ghosts seen here

No ghosts seen here - just lots of live poor human leadership - or lack thereof - and live poor human behavior by a community of citizens...

All very much alive and living off the hog

Disrupt IT

Whats the actual address of

Whats the actual address of this home?