Included in the tour of historic Medina homes were
three on East Liberty...
A Western Reserve version of the Greek Revival (above)
was built in 1845.
(Below) A former stagecoach driver and railroad agent
built this 1878 Italianate home in the most
modern style of the day.
(Above) The proprietor of the American House,
Medina's finest hotel at the time, constructed
this Greek Revival in 1855.
(Below) An Arts & Crafts century home on Lafayette Road,
built in 1912, features prominent oak woodwork,
beveled and leaded glass and stained glass windows.
(Below) An 1860 home on South Court Street reflects
a careful restoration of the house and gardens,
including period details
added by the current owners.
all artwork © Cynthia Allman
(click to enlarge)
(Above) The United Church of Christ, Congregational.
This 1882 Victorian church building replaces
an earlier 1833 brick church.
(Below) The historic Munson House on South Prospect,
home of the Medina Community Design Committee,
the organizers of the Holiday Home Tour.
This home was originally located on South Washington Street
and in 1984, was saved from the wrecking ball by the CDC
and moved to its current location.