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Elizabethan Tudor in Historic Ambler Heights District
Harcourt Manor offers unmatched architectural beauty, close proximity to Cleveland culture and impressive historical significance.
He was a renowned Cleveland builder.
She was the president of the Garden Club of Ohio.
They hired the best architect of their day.
This magnificent estate is the result.
A true Elizabethan Tudor style home, Harcourt Manor has reigned among the palatial estates of the Ambler Heights Historic District in Cleveland Heights for 100 years. Constructed in the European manor with walls of quarried rock and floors of hard wood, Harcourt Manor and her neighboring structures were built by the sons and daughters of Cleveland's Millionaire Row.
“This home was built to last 1,000 years. At 100 years old, we’re just getting started,” says Jim Herget, whose family has owned the home since 1954. "This home was built by hand, taking five years to complete. It has walls and floors three feet thick...yes, three feet thick."
Built in 1915 by Kermode Gill, the builder of the Terminal Tower and Central Union Station, Harcourt Manor was designed by renowned architect Frank Meade. Mr. and Mrs. Gill set out to create an arts and crafts masterpiece that would not only stand the test of time, but would host countless festivities and witness the evolution of Cleveland into one of the premier cultural districts in the world.
With just two owners, Harcourt Manor has been lovingly maintained to honor the original character and time period of the home. Located in the Ambler Heights Historic District, Harcourt Manor is within walking distance to Case Western Reserve University and minutes from University Circle, Cleveland Clinic, Severance Hall, The Natural History Museum and numerous institutions of arts, culture, higher learning and medicine. Harcourt Manor is 15 minutes from downtown Cleveland.
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The lifelong homeowner shared memories and features of his beloved home with me. I enjoyed writing this feature article because I love history and people's family stories. Karen Eagle and I then shared it across her social media channels (which I built and, at the time, maintained for her). The eventual buyer read the article on a shared Facebook post.
UpStage Players is a children's theatre group based in Cleveland, Ohio. And boy, are they passionate about their mission -- instilling a love of theatre while building community.
They pour their hearts and souls into producing an annual Broadway play. Professional. Energetic. Authentic. I was hooked. I felt a need to help them share their passion. They had everything, except a credible, professional online presence, which is needed to win grants for sustainability.
We worked together to learn about Cuyahoga Arts and Culture Grant opportunities in the summer of 2014. I tried my best to translate their passion and purpose into a website. We finished the website, applied for the grant.
Having a professional website with relevant, current information lends credibility.
A fresh website helped tell the amazing story of UpStage Players, a non-profit theatre group that produces live children's Broadway shows.
Donors and grant organizations could see for themselves the vast amount of work this non-profit group put into producing shows. This was instrumental in winning grants and receiving additional donations.
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National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors
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~ Angels Fund brochure copy
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~WaveWalker Design, graphic design
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I thoroughly enjoy editing and proofreading and am happy to help clients with these tasks.
Wrote articles for local publications.
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Today’s Family Magazine
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