Mercer

Hazelmere Road Mercer HouseLooks Like

Depends on where you are in this largest of Shaker's neighborhoods. Could be cozy, contemporary, ranch traditional or stately, all in a large and lovely environment conducive to walking, running, biking and strolling.

Feels Like

The best of both worlds: close to Cleveland's business, arts, sports, and medical centers, yet still in proximity to suburban amenities, including public and private schools both in Mercer and nearby.

Walk To

The new and improved Thornton Park -- by foot or ride a bike. Easy to reach, lots to do, right in Mercer's backyard. Playgrounds at all three area schools and Thornton Park.

Close To

The Van Aken District. Nifty shops and slice of campus life at Fairmount Circle. Also, Bertram Woods Branch library, the shops at Almar, Green Line RTA.

Named For

Mercer Elementary, 23325 Wimbledon, built in 1953.

Home Styles

Calverton Road HouseCalverton Road

Year built: 1928
Square feet: 2,222
Style: French
Cedar shake roof with low-set dormers that break the roof line and large vertical windows throughout.


Duffield Road HouseDuffield Road

Year built: 1949
Square feet: 2,653
Style: Colonial
Notable Architects: Moulthrop
Combines brick and wood clapboard siding in a more contemporary Colonial style, slate roof and double-hung windows are classic elements.

How to Connect

Facebook:  Mercer Neighborhood