904 Sandusky Street

The Seiling House

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The Seiling House:


Records are vague about who built this former farmhouse ca. 1885, but one owner attributes it to Christopher Seiling, who acquired the property in 1873 and built it for the Dr. Henry Roether family. A rambling cross- gabled structure, it has porch posts containing decorative scrollwork, corbelled chimneys, a cut- stone foundation, and numerous windows.

 Now surrounded by houses, the farm was the site of the Loomis family's Homewood Dairy, which delivered milk by horse and wagon and was the first in town to pasteurize its bottled milk. It was bought by Babcock Dairy of Toledo in 1946. 

Until about 2003, the large barn and silo behind the house still existed. Now well inside the city limits, the site was one of several outlying working farms in Perrysburg. 



904 Sandusky Street



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