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Schumacher Place Single Family Home [Featured Listing]

Renovation Opportunity in Emerging Columbus Neighborhood

If you’d like to own a charming single family home in a centrally-located and rapidly developing area of the city, then 554 Elsmere Street is for you. Built in 1890, it features exposed brick, a driveway for at least two cars, tall ceilings, original and custom woodwork, with a private outdoor space that you, your family and friends will thoroughly enjoy using. This home is waiting for modern updates from its next buyer and is priced accordingly. Be sure to explore this home via the fully immersive 3D virtual tour — the most realistic way to experience this home online.


Renovation Loan Details

Contact Ty Savage of Movement Mortgage for full renovation loan details and to get qualified!

Featured Photos

Front Exterior #2




Yard (Nearby Buildings being redeveloped)


3D Virtual Tour

Neighborhood [Schumacher Place]

Neighborhood History

“Schumacher Place takes its name from a prominent local family, the Schumachers, who in the 1800s owned and operated a dairy business in this area. Their main barn, used for milking the cows, was located where the Sycamore Condos are now situated. Most of the grazing grounds were in the southeast quadrant of what is now Schumacher Place. Typically, they were from Sycamore Street down to Whittier Street. In the 1800s, Livingston Avenue was a main arterial to the center of Columbus. Most of the farm produce grown in the area was transported via Livingston Avenue, then known by a different name, to the various farm markets in town. The Brewery District as it is now referred to, was thriving. Many large breweries lined Front Street. Schumacher Place was also home to many businesses and manufacturing companies. There were several tanners making supplies for the buggy industry that was located in Columbus. For a long time, the Buggy Works, located near the former State Penitentiary, now Nationwide Arena, was the largest producer of buggies and carriages in the United States. Some of the small businesses here in this area supplied leather hitches and other items for the buggies and carriages which were being made in Columbus. There were also several cigar shops that took Ohio-grown tobacco and produced cigars and chewing plugs. Several produce merchants were also in the area. They would load up their carriages before dawn and distribute produce items throughout the city. There were also several bakeries supplying bread to the community…” Continue reading via Schumacher Place Civic Association

Nearby Development

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Proposed Development on same block as 554 Elsmere


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