2675 Fairmount Ad

2675 Fairmount Ad
2675 Fairmount Boulevard, in the Euclid Golf Allotment, was constructed on speculation by builder William Cunningham in 1924 and advertised nationally. The Cleveland Heights Dispatch described the house as "the most advertised residence in the country" and likened its construction to that of a skyscraper, with its steel beams and concrete floors covered in wood. The inclusion of an elevator, intercoms and sumptuous woodwork pushed the asking price to $200,000. The house was designed by architect Reynold H. Hinsdale.

Town Topics. Image courtesy of Western Reserve Historical Society
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