This 150-Year-Old Schoolhouse In Mansfield Could Be The Home Of Your Dreams
Listen up, little birds, because you’re about to love this next dream home.
I’m going to warn you, it’s not what you’re expecting. For starters, it’s not in Columbus. Secondly, this one requires some imagination and a renovation budget, but it will be worth it.
Originally built as a one-room schoolhouse in 1869, the Lincoln School in Mansfield, OH could be the most unique home we’ve ever featured. Mostly because it’s not quite a home, yet. The school officially closed in 1975, but now it’s ready to be brought back to life.
A lot of work has already been done to the property, but it’s got a lot that you can still put your personal touch on. It sits on just over 2 acres and is currently listed for $55,000.
This is the stuff dreams are made of… I promise.
Can’t you just see the potential streaming off this place?
It’s 100% unique.
Also maybe 100% haunted. But in a good way.
The potential is very, very real. With those high ceilings and all that natural light, this room could be a real show stopper.
And there’s plenty of room for activities! 3,834 square feet to be exact.
Some projects have already been started.
I bet you weren’t expecting this massive, modern shower!
Or what seems to be the start of a home theatre.
The possibilities are really endless.
And you’ll always have a piece of Columbus with you up there in the great white north!
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