A traditional neighborhood with single-family homes. Smaller in area as compared to other neighborhoods, but consequently very tightly knit.
The historical heart of Shaker Heights. Where the first Community Association was born to preserve both the quality and diversity of its neighborhood – a legacy that lives to this day in the greater community and which put Shaker Heights on the national map.
Shaker Square, its shops and the Farmers Market, restaurants, and cinema; RTA Blue Line; the high school and Onaway School.
University Circle. Larchmere Boulevard with its art, antique and auction galleries, shops and unique dining; Main Library. Stephanie Tubbs Jones Community Building, shops at Shaker Town Center.
Ludlow Elementary, 14201 Southington, built in 1926.
Year built: 1936 Square feet: 1796 Style: Colonial
Covered front porch
Year built: 1927 Square feet: 2142 Style: Variation on Colonial home
Exterior walls made of combination fieldstone, brick and wood