Perrysburg Beauty

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Terri and Nick Leonardy wanted a home with a view. Their Perrysburg home has a breathtaking panorama of the Maumee River. Built in the 60’s, the home has been lovingly updated and each room has a personality that blends with the home’s traditional roots.

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The rooms, while smaller because of the era, actually make the home feel spacious and airy. Earth tones are used as the backdrop with brighter accent colors used in furniture and accessories. The owners’ love of books and history are reflected throughout.

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A picture wall in the formal dining room is a beautiful reminder of family and friends and the black and white kitchen  begs for those fun parties on the river, enjoying the view through the floor to ceiling windows.

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The grounds are like a nature preserve, abundant with trees and special planting areas. Terri loves gardening and has seasonal plantings that make the grounds brilliant all year round.

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