Shaker Historical Society


    18100 South Park Boulevard

    This incredible Georgian mansion from 1929 could be yours!  Clarence Mack designed, built, and furnished this fabulous house on South Park, where he lived until it was sold in its entirety. The next owner may well have been the CEO of the Erie Railroad, Robert Eastman Woodruff (1884-1967) who certainly lived there in 1936. According to his obituary, Robert E. Woodruff began his working career in 1905 as a section hand for the old Erie Railroad and rose to become its president and board chairman. He was a member of the Union Club, the Country Club and the Pepper Pike Country Club. Features include in-ground pool, cabana house, and seven bedrooms, including an extraordinary master wing with a private office, his and her dressing rooms, and luxury master bathrooms. Yes, please!


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