Distinctive Brick Italianate-style home rich in history and character. Built in 1876 by Ohio Wesleyan Professor John H. Grove. The house was occupied by the Chi Omega Sorority in the 1950's and 1960's. It is part of the Historic NW District of Delaware and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Beautifully maintained featuring double front entry, curved bridal staircase, original woodwork and hardwood floors, high ceilings, parlor, living room, dining room, great room, 1st Fl den, laundry, and bedroom and 4 historic fireplaces. House has upstairs rear three room apartment which can easily be converted back into a single family home, close to historic downtown Delaware's dining and shopping.
The Dublin Irish Festival is an annual music and cultural festival held in Dublin, Ohio. It takes place during the first weekend of August, and it attracts over 100,000 visitors to eight entertainment stages on…Read More
The Iulianelli name is well established and respected in the central Ohio construction community. Frank and Dan Iulianelli come from a family rooted in the tradition of fine craftsmanship and have a combined experience of…Read More