13003 Lake Shore Boulevard "Three Gables"
Plat No. 631-09-007
Sublot 6 in the Stackpole and Osborn Subdivision
The home is listed in the Ohio Historical Inventory
Henry and Lizzie Parsons acquired the property from J. Touring and Annie Brooks on October 23, 1891.
Henry E. Sheffield and his mother, Laura Barnett Sheffield, acquired subplots 5 and 6 in the Stackpole & Osborn Subdivision on May 23, 1911, and engaged Meade & Hamilton to design an 8,500 square-foot Georgian home that was completed in 1924.
The home had 20 rooms plus 8 basement rooms. Sleeping rooms used by the help were quite small compared to the grander scale of the owners’ quarters. There were one full bathroom and one half-bath shared by the help, versus five full baths and one powder room for the owners. The home featured 12-foot ceilings, massive 38-inch doorways framed in triple and quadruple moldings, marble-faced fireplaces and parquet floors.
Forty-year-old Henry and his seventy-one-year-old widowed mother lived in the home during the spring and fall. Winters were spent in Santa Barbara, California and summers were spent on their own island off the coast of Maine.
Joseph and Margaret Bilton acquired the home on December 28, 1951.
William and Ute Reid acquired the home on August 10, 1964.
Raymond and Natalie Feldman acquired the home on July 15, 1968.
Paul and Linda Novosel acquired the home Feldman on April 26, 1999.
DLI Bratenahl LLC acquired the home on March 30, 2007.