3334 Prospect Ave
Cleveland, OH 44115
Built in 1879 in the Italianate Style for W.P. Southworth, a well known Cleveland industrialist.
Midtown on Prospect Avenue, in Cleveland’s historic Prospect Neighborhood. Immediately accessible to I-90 and I-71. Minutes to central business district.
Two-story Victorian Italianate mansion was built for W. P. and Louise Southworth as their private residence. W.P. Southworth was proprietor of a wholesale and retail grocery business located on Public Square. Louise Southworth was very active in the suffrage movement and headed the local effort to secure signatures for woman’s right to vote.
Utilized by Baptist Home of Northern Ohio
1950’s – 1960’s
Building was known as Edelmar Building and occupied by commercial firms
Building was known as Accountants building
Purchased by Pi Sigma Tau Alpha fraternity. Building was used as a fraternity house for CSU Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity
Nominated for National Register of Historic Places
Purchased by Michael E. Chesler
Purchased by Horizon Health Services LLC
Purchased in auction by The Chesler Group, Inc.
Historic Restoration Process
Completion of Historic Restoration
127 years old and looks new
– The Plain Dealer