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100,000 Sold For $60,000 on 5/29/22
The Dennison House, was built circa 1833 and is a rare surviving example of the Greek Revival style. The home was under orders for demolition from the Village of Batavia, but the Village was glad when the Cincinnati Preservation Society stepped in and saved it. They have completed some repairs, and now are offering it for sale.
- 3 bed
- 1.5 bath
- acre lot
- Build date 1833
“George W. Dennison and Eliza P. Dennison lived in the house from the time of its construction. George was an attorney and active in Batavia’s early development, even serving as mayor in 1845. George died in 1860 while Eliza lived until 1906. The property remained in the Dennison family until the 1974 death of Marie (Dennison) Young.”
George and Eliza married in 1839 and had two children, William and Dollie. Marie Dennison Young was William’s daughter, the last of the Dennisons to live in the house.
225 Wood St, Batavia, OH 45103 $100,000
Dennison House, heart of historic downtown Batavia-surrounded by restored historic homes. Circa 1833, a rare surviving example Greek Revival style Home for sale. Original features incl: 19thC. walnut banister/curved staircase, mantelpieces, & later built-ins.Historic easement for the preservation of the front facade, managed by Cincinnati Preservation Association. The total acreage is .323. Eligible 15 year abate 100% of increased value post reno. Price is negotable.