Heritage Lane

E. 105th  | Cleveland | 44106

Heritage Lane is a great example of Cleveland's revitalization is the Glenville Wade Park Neighborhood and what is happening at its newest housing undertaking. This is a row of century old multi-family homes that have been restored as single family homes, as well as newer townhomes. The quality and beauty of the time tested construction has been maintained while combining modern luxurious amenities to create something truly special. This area has begun a quiet renaissance and has no plans of stopping any time soon (read more).

The rehabilitated historic homes are complimented across the street by a row of new construction townhomes. Buyers can expect: 

  • 2,000 – 4,000 square feet 
  • Hardwood floors on living room level 
  • Magnificently restored exterior 
  • Full front porch 
  • 2 plus bathrooms 4 plus bedrooms 
  • Central air 
  • Bedroom level laundry 
  • Gourmet kitchen 
  • Two car garage 
  • Tax abatement and special financing as well as down payment assistance for area non-profit employees. 

Heritage Lane Townhomes

Across the street from the row of rehabilitated century homes is the first phase of the more moderately priced new construction townhomes. These towhomes start in the $170s and buyers can expect:

  • 1,300-1,800 square feet of living space
  • 2-3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths 
  • Hardwood floors on living room level 
  • Granite kitchen countertops 
  • Bonus room on end unit townhomes 
  • Beautiful contemporary design 
  • Basement 
  • Balcony located off of kitchen 
  • Two car garage 
  • 15 year 100% tax abatement 1.5% reduced rate financing Down payment forgivable loans for area non-profit employees. 

About Heritage Lane

The focus and mission of the community, according to its community development corporation, Famicos Foundation, are:

  • Capitalize on neighborhood greenspace resources to enhance neighborhood identity. 
  • Create and maintain a safe and secure neighborhood. 
  • Transportation, infrastructure and programming-enhance connectedness of the neighborhood to its park and its institutions.
  • Commercial development. 
  • Community building. 
  • Housing and historic preservation. 

Why this area and neighborhood, you ask? When you take a look at Heritage Lane, the first attempt at establishing a “model block” in Glenville, it makes a lot of sense. These homes are truly timeless and unique. They sit along E. 105th Street by Wade Oval, minutes from all of Cleveland’s best museums and art and symphony venues. They overlook Rockefeller Park and Cultural Gardens, which in my opinion is a national treasure. The newly renovated and expanded V.A. is up the street and the Cleveland Clinic and C.W.R.U. are a few blocks away. In any other city an area that boasted these amenities would already have an established and in-demand real estate market.

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