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Charity Ellan Leonard House
600 N Downing Street, Piqua, OH 45356
Jennifer and Paul Herrmann
This 3300 square foot Greek Revival home was built in 1902 for Charity Ellan Leonard, the widow of banker and industrialist Lewis Leonard. The two story frame residence exhibits fine neo-classical detailing and shows the effect of Beaux-Arts Classicism on domestic architecture. The home includes elements of both Colonial Revival and Greek Revival architecture with many original features that still exist such as entablature, a leaded glass fanlight, pilasters and leaded glass sidelights found in the entrance. There are also beautiful stained glass windows, original wood work and original hardwood floors throughout.