TREMONT HOUSE

Program
Ohio Historical
Subject
House
Location
101-103 East Main St., Bellevue, OH
Lat/Long
41.27377, -82.840719
Grant Recipient
Ohio History Connection
Historic Marker

TREMONT HOUSE

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TREMONT HOUSE

Built in 1846, the Tremont House was opened by Loel and Samuel B. Chandler to serve stagecoach traffic on the Maumee Pike (U.S. Route 20). Briefly a hotel, this Bellevue landmark has housed grocery and hardware stores, a pharmacy, and even a cigar factory. The third floor ballroom hosted community events and fraternal organizations such as the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF). The building’s west side is on the western boundary of the Firelands region of the Connecticut Western Reserve. An example of Greek Revival architecture, the Tremont House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.

WILLIAM G. POMEROY FOUNDATION
BELLEVUE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
THE OHIO HISTORY CONNECTION
2015


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