One of the most recognizable buildings in Cleveland Heights is now on the market and suitable for a variety of uses.
The iconic Deming House, listed for $600,000, sits at the corner of Cedar and Fairmount. It features five units, including an owner's suite, and boasts flexibility. Units could be used as home offices, rental units, or combined.
Chris Jurcisin of Howard Hanna is the listing agent. Viewings are by appointment only.
Some of the 100-year history of the house, from Cleveland Historical:
Canadian-born Cleveland real estate developer Barton Roy Deming was smitten with the verdant beauty of a craggy knoll just south of the recently closed Euclid Golf Club, which stood near the intersection of what are now Norfolk and Derbyshire Roads. In 1914, having decided to create a large suburban residential allotment nearby, Deming set out to build his own home on this sliver of land where Fairmount Boulevard branches off of Cedar Road. The home would serve as a unique marquee advertisement and gateway to Deming's Euclid Golf Allotment. Deming contracted with architects Howell and Thomas to design 2485 Fairmount, nestled into a narrow, steep, and rocky site with a deep gorge running through it. Howell and Thomas relished the challenge of building in such a location, and Deming was proud of the resulting four-story French Eclectic mansion, which embodied his aspirations for Euclid Golf.