Rich in Akron history, Tri-Acres was built in 1913 by C.W. Seiberling (Goodyear co-founder). It is often referred to as the “little sister” to Stan Hywet, built at the same time and utilizing the skills of many of the same artisans. Rescued from plans to tear it down, it was purchased in 1988 and restoration began in 1993 by the present owner.
Tri-Acres is listed on the Department of the Interior as a Historic Landmark due to its architecture for Grand Style Georgian Revival design and prominence of the original owner.
The property has been meticulously restored to include ornate ceilings, hand carved exotic hardwood woodwork, grand staircases, a Koi pond and lush landscape.
+ 17,000 SF including lower level and three additional stories of 37 rooms and 12 fireplaces
+ Open space plan with original brazilian flooring, hand carved wood details
+ Three -story foyer with a grand stair case and custom-made grand entry door
+ Over 3 acres of lush landscape and restored Koi pond off breath taking sunroom
+Masonry construction with steel girders and slate roof
+ Fully updated kitchen on second floor
+ Updated HVAC system, plumbing and electric
*Jointly Marketed with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
A truly distinctive property that can be used as a commercial office, a residence or both. It is a short walk to the business district of Highland Square, a short drive to downtown Akron and 45 minute drive to downtown Cleveland. Highland Square is a dynamic urban neighborhood, home to a remarkable collection of quirky shops, tempting restaurants, unique entertainment, convenient personal & public services, yet close to downtown Akron. This thriving historical arts district is supported by both new youthful residents and longtime, committed community members.