Exploring an Abandoned Colonial Revival House with Everything Inside

by | 11:09 pm | Houses, Ohio

This abandoned Colonial Revival House is a forgotten piece of Ohio History built in 1905.

Size: 4600 SQFT
Built: 1905
Colonial Revival Architecture
Condition: Hope it doesn’t collapse while we are inside….

Today we visit this historic gem in Ohio. This beautiful home was build in 1905 and showcases Colonial Revival Architecture. As you can see the porch of this beautiful abandoned house I gone so we had low expectations. Boy were we surprised to find that is was wide open with everything left inside. A real mystery! Like a family just vanished from this amazing house.

Originally this abandoned house was built for Judge E.T. Snediker of Montgomery County. E.T. Snediker served as common pleas court judge for 32 years.

Sources:
“Blueprint for Rehabilitation” 1990 City of Dayton Planning

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