216 East Second Street

The Eberly House

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The Eberly House:


The original frame portion of this house was built ca. 1850 by boot and shoe salesman John Eberly who came to Perrysburg from Germany. The front of the one-story left wing (an addition to the original) is of brick, said to have replaces a wooden wall damaged in a fire. The front entrance is flanked by four-paned sidelights above which is a full entablature. 

Eberly built the brick building on the southeast corner of Louisiana Avenue and Second Street for his hand-made boot and shoe business.


216 East Second Street


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