The 1910 Census shows George Schumacher and his wife, Mary, raised four children here. George was a farmer.
Today, the home is maintained by Ketron Custom Homes.
|1||Home||Kristyn + Chris Hartman||Frankfort St.|
|2||Home||Dennis Giglio + Michael Thompson||City Park Ave.|
|3||Home||Robin + Roger Smith||City Park Ave.|
|4||Home||Joe Kurzer||S. Third St.|
|5||Home||Jeffrey Wolfe||S. Third St.|
|6||Garden||Dan Glasener + Julie Collins||Macon Alley|
|7||Home||Helen Wallace + Edward Godycki||Mohawk St.|
|8||Garden||Kim + Tom Snowberger||E. Sycamore St.|
|9||Home||Sarah + Bryan Martin||Jaeger St.|
|10||Home||Vijaya Iyer + Jeff Smith||E. Beck St.|
|11||Home||Leslie + Patrick McBane||S. Fifth St.|
|12||Home||Cheryl Roberto + David Magee||S. Third St.|
Who says families can’t live comfortably in small houses? Attend the 53rd German Village Haus und Garten Tour, and see how the owners of three lovely cottages make beautiful use of every square inch of their living space. The three homes, grouped near Kossuth and City Park Avenue, were all built in the late 1800s, before kitchens and indoor bathrooms were in widespread use. That makes their conversion to modern homes – with contemporary amenities – even more remarkable. Visit all three on Sunday, June 24th, between 9 and 6. Tour tickets are just $15 each; $20 on Tour Day.
Perhaps no other landmark represents the history and character of German Village as much as St. Mary Parish. The Catholic church, school and rectory have served the spiritual needs of area residents since the mid-1800s. And its graceful, 197-foot spire has drawn visitors to our neighborhood for more than a century Water Park. Don’t miss a rare opportunity to walk through the 140-year-old rectory, when St. Mary opens its doors for Haus und Garten Tour visitors. Ticket holders are welcome in the historic church and rectory from 1 to 5 on Sunday, June 24. Tickets are just $20 each … $15 if you buy before Tour Day.
Discover what led the German Village Commission to give Tim Moore and Ken Hunger the prestigious “Caretakers of a Legacy” award for their work at 180 Reinhard. It has to do with old photos and newspaper clippings, and chance encounters with previous occupants. The majestic home also gives visitors a glimpse back in time by honoring the high interior design standards of the early 20th century. A Victorian-style microwave oven? See for yourself, during the 53rd German Village Haus und Garten Tour – Sunday, June 24th, from 9 to 6. Buy your tickets now, and save $5 off the Tour Day price of $20.
Carole & Nelson Genshaft
Ever wonder how a fine art museum curator might decorate her house? Find out soon, when Carole and Nelson Genshaft open their stately, three-story Queen Anne home at 121 East Whittier to the public. Discover their recipe for comfortable, contemporary living in a charming, turn-of-the-century home, surrounded by works from Ohio’s premier artists Zubehör. Get your tickets now for the 53rd Haus und Garten Tour, Sunday, June 24th, from 9 to 6.
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