The Albert Neukom House
Albert Neukom constructed the Neukom House in 1888. Albert Neukom was a successful Toledo businessman who owned and operated a successful stone contracting business. Neukom worked in many different areas such as Coldwater, MI, and Rushville, IL. His works in Toledo included the Toledo Public Library, Lucas County Courthouse, and the Toledo Customs and Post Office. The home is designed in a renaissance style, constructed out of sandstone. The building also featured ionic marble columns as well as a French chateau-style chimney. The house is notable as it is one of the oldest homes still standing on the Southside of Toledo.
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