Its hard to choose a favorite, but Charles Brushs home at 3725 Euclid Avenue definitely ranks in my top five. It was designed by George H. Smith (also responsible for Andrews Folly and had a hand in the design of the Arcade). We know Charles Brush best as the inventor of the arc light and a forefather of General Electric.
Cleveland Area History: 8411 Euclid Avenue was built by John J. Stanley. It was designed by Meade & Granger and built in 1893. This home would have stood on the north side of Euclid where a set of row houses currently fills the block between East 84th and 85th Streets
Cleveland Historical | Millionaires RowTom Johnson House, ca. 1910: Johnson, who earned his fortune after patenting a standard toll-box for trolleys, is best known for his service as the progressive Mayor of Cleveland from 1901-1909. Image courtesy of Cleveland State Library Special Collections
Cleveland Area History: Mr. David Norton owned the next residence that sat at 7301 Euclid Avenue. Charles Schweinfurth designed this structure as well. Mr. Norton was a banker and a partner of the iron-ore company Oglebay Norton Company.