Looks like: A traditional neighborhood with single-family homes. Smaller in area as compared to other neighbooods, but consequently very tightly knit.
Feels like: 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.
Walk to: Shaker Square, its shops and the Farmers Market, restaurants, and cinema; RTA Blue
Line; the high school and Onaway School.
Close to: 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.
Named for: Ludlow Elementary, 14201 Southington, built in 1926.
Community Association: Yes.
Year built: 1936
Square feet: 1796
Brick, stone, and siding. Slate roof. Covered front porch. Dormers.
Year built: 1927
Square feet: 2142
Style: Variation on Colonial home.
Slate roof. Exterior walls made of combination fieldstone, brick and wood, and Tudor detailing.
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