'Roundwood Manor' O.P. & M.J. Van Sweringen's house (former)

'Roundwood Manor' O.P. & M.J. Van Sweringen's house (former) (Google Maps)
'Roundwood Manor' O.P. & M.J. Van Sweringen's house (former) (Birds Eye)
'Roundwood Manor' which was build in 1924 was the home of O.P. & M.J. Van Sweringen. The home was built in 1924 and is one of Ohio's most famous properties.. Oris Paxton (24 April 1879–November 22, 1936, heart attack) and Mantis James (July 8, 1881–December 12, 1935) Van Sweringen were brothers who became railroad barons in order to develop Shaker Heights, Ohio.
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@ 2011-12-10 16:09:00
As a point of interest, this property(Roundwood Manor) was later owned by the Stouffer Family, Stouffer Foods, then by the Bohanan Family. After the death of Mr Bohanan the Manor became the property of Case Western Reserve.