The c.1912 brick beauty is a foreclosure in Canton’s Vassar Park neighborhood. with many original elements. Per communitybuildingpartnership.org:
Vassar Park represents a neighborhood with a specific theme that is unlike most neighborhoods in Canton. It combines three of the most attractive facets of any fine real estate investment: beauty, charm, and affordability. Designated as an historic neighborhood and conveniently close to shopping districts Vassar Park remains a popular neighborhood in which to purchase a home!
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This was the home of Edwin and Louise Wyler. From what I can gather, Louise’s father, Louis Schneider was a tile setter from Switzerland. In the 1920s and 1930s, the couple lived with him in a home just down the street at #1740where Louis taught Edwin the tile setting trade. By the 1950s, Edwin and Louise had purchased this impressive home at #1654 where Edwin set up shop as Wyler’s Tile Company, “Tilers of Quality.”
Foreclosure Sale by Court-Appointed Receiver. Online bidding only. The subject property sits on 0.34 acres and features ~3, 200 SF, 2.5 stories, five bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a full basement. Other desirable features include a covered front porch, detached garage with ample storage, sufficient driveway space, fenced-in backyard, deck, pool area, etc. Great location with convenient access to major roadways I-77 and State Route 62.