233 East Second Street

The Bloomfield House

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The Bloomfield House:


This Greek Revival style house, built ca. 1840, started as a one-and-a-half story building.

Among other additions over the years were the one-story room with a shed roof on the right side, a small front entrance porch, small porches at the rear and left sides, and an extension with a flat roof in the rear. 

It was built by Edmund Bloomfield, who once taught school, was a skilled carpenter who worked in a Toledo shipyard and was a Wood County Commissioner.


233 East Second Street


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