CLEVELAND, Ohio — At the end of a private, tree-lined road just a stone’s throw from where the old Richfield Coliseum used to stand, there is a stunning home, a textbook example of modernist architecture.
Situated on five secluded acres of forest on the edge of a pond, the home features three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms in over 3,600 square feet. It has an asking price of $925,000.
Designed by Thomas Montalto and built in 1997, the house at 2524 W. Streetsboro Road (Route 303) in Peninsula is “a modernist retreat that combines art and nature,” listing agent Cathy LeSueur of Howard Hanna said. “The home features light-filled interior spaces, surrounded by beautiful views of the natural landscape.”
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