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Maria Greenham House




228 W Ash Street, Piqua, OH 45356


Nancy and Craig Mullenbrock


Greek Revival

This Greek Revival-style house was built for Maria Greenham, widow of Nicholas Greenham. Nicholas was a well-known businessman and the first warden (along with Col. John Johnston) of St. James Episcopal Church. Many of the original walls are three bricks thick. When major exterior work was done in 2005, what appears to be the original oak-hewn rain gutters were found (and are still there) under the roof extensions. Five doctors have been associated with this building from 1896 to 1994—Dr. Oliver Tydings, Dr. James Murray, Dr. John Beachler Sr., Dr. John Beachler Jr and Alka Shah, MD. The first four doctors lived upstairs and practiced downstairs for part or all of their careers. Per Kyle Fincel of Fincel Door, the first electric garage door installed in Piqua was done here for John Beachler, Sr.

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