Historical Traditions

. November 1, 2017.
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Photo Credit: Kelli Miller 

A Perrysburg house also built in 1868 certainly has longevity but our Mhome also has historical charisma and amazing vitality too. The house is full of charming alcoves and updated amenities. When Deb and John Joslin found this house they loved it and purchased it immediately.

The rooms flow seamlessly into one another where hardwood floors, covered with oriental rugs, complement the decor. The furniture and lighting take on a distinct aged look, so perfect in the overall decorating style. The owners had very little to do when they purchased the home.

The kitchen is stylishly up to date but the basement is only accessible through a door in the floor and the attic steps are quite narrow. Historical homes such as this one are timeless because of their remarkable construction and their exceptional charm.

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