CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio -- From 1927-1946, Alva Bradley II was part of a group that owned the Cleveland Indians. He also served as team president and is best known for skirting Major League Baseball rules to sign teenage phenom Bob Feller in 1936.
During that time, Bradley, who also served as president of the United States Coal Company, lived in Elandon Hall, a 1910 colonial revival house located at 2114 Elandon Drive in what is now known as the Ambler Heights Historic District.
Today, the estate is a stunning mix of period charm and modern luxury.
“This home has been lovingly restored to full grandeur with great care and includes an endless list of updates,” writes Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices agent Noreen Kaseda in her listing.
Priced at $1,050,000, the home offers 6 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms in 7,890 sq. ft. Highlights include the grand living room with hardwood floors, built-ins, dining nook and fireplace, one of six in the house. The eat-in kitchen features plenty of counter and storage space and has been updated with premium surfaces including a tile backsplash, plus Viking appliances, Smith & Hawkes wine cooler and refrigerator drawers. A stately butler’s pantry connects the kitchen to the dining room, making hosting dinner parties a snap. The light-filled sunroom boasts coffered ceilings, tile flooring and windows on three sides, and includes an impressive Vitalie pool table.
Upstairs, you’ll find not one, but two bedrooms that can be used as the primary suite. Each of the bedrooms on the second floor is en-suite. There’s also an office and a second laundry room on this level, too. The third floor has a bedroom suite with wet bar and a separate loft space that can be used as a playroom, closet or whatever need you may have.
Downstairs, the partially finished basement is the ideal space to set up your home gym.
The centerpiece of the outdoor space is a covered patio. The landscaping is accentuated by custom fencing, restored sandstone walkways, architectural lighting and a sprinkler system. The detached garage can accommodate five vehicles.
Address: 2114 Elandon Drive
City: Cleveland Heights
Size: 7,890 sq. ft.
Year built: 1910
No. bedrooms: 6
No. bathrooms: 6 full, 1 half
Lot size: 0.7 acre
School district: Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District
Real estate agent and contact info: Noreen Kaseda, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
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Source : https://www.cleveland.com/entertainment/2021/09/elandon-hall-originally-built-by-an-owner-of-the-cleveland-indians-asks-105m-house-of-the-week.html5677