10211 Lake Shore Boulevard
Plat No. 631-03-003
Sublot 12 in the L. Haldeman Allotment
Susie Pentland acquired the property from Levi Haldeman on November 27, 1891.
Charles and Ann Britton purchased the property on June 29, 1899, and built a green shingled Greek Revival summer retreat in 1912. Their primary residence was on Prospect Avenue.
The 6,000 square-foot home with white Grecian columns adorning the expansive porch sat on a little over one acre. The house featured five bedrooms and three and one-half bathrooms.
Dornback Realty acquired the home from Ann Britton on March 24, 1961.
George and Sandra Coghill acquired the home from Dornback Realty on August 12, 1976.
George Coghill acquired the home from his wife Sandra Goghill by quitclaim deed on February 24, 1984, after she left the home in 1984 and moved to 13301 Lake Shore Boulevard. George's daughter Shana and two sons George and Greg continued to live in the home. George lived in the home until 2013 when he moved to Fort Myers, Florida.
10211 Bratenahl LLC acquired the manor home on May 8, 2015
Cavalier Capital Holdings LLC (Benjamin Mackovak) acquired the home on October 10, 2017.
Benjamin Mackovak and Catherine Banton acquired the home on October 9, 2018. The home was razed in 2018 in order to build a new home.
MB Builders Inc. acquired the property on December 31, 2018.
10217 Lake Shore Boulevard
The barn on the Britton property was remodeled into a home until 1975 when it burned to the ground. The blaze gutted the interior including artworks and first edition along with all furnishings belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Barclay Leathem. The Leathems moved to Clearwater, Florida.