Ansel Clark Homestead, circa 1840, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Clark Homestead is among the most prominent historical homes in Lorain County, being an escaped slave transfer station during the pre-Civil War era. Since 2011, it has received many updates and improvements, adding modern conveniences while preserving the home's original charm and historical heritage. The home has been completely remodeled/restored, improvements include: 2011 Complete new roof, including roof rafters, sheathing, and steel roofing; 2012, 2013 New windows, exterior doors, vinyl siding, front porch rebuild, interior remodel; 2015, Updated electrical, plumbing, heating systems; 2016, New kitchen with concrete countertops (awesome!). In addition to the 3.5 baths, you will find 5 large bedrooms, the second story master suite being over 500 square feet with an exit onto a 12x20 deck overlooking the 20x24 lower deck in the back yard. Generous sized kitchen, laundry room/pantry, dining room, office, rec room, and living room round out the first floor features. Outdoor buildings containing animal stalls and hay/straw lofts, and many fenced in areas, and are perfect for pets, chickens, livestock, or that special 4H project. Schedule your showing of this home today!