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The Goldsmith House
Hale Farm and Village
2686 Oak Hill Road
Bath, Ohio 44210
Voice: 330-666-3711
Toll Free: 800-589-9703

This is the home of the Buckley family. This Greek Revival style house is attributed to Jonathan Goldsmith, the most significant early architect in the Western Reserve. Built in 1831 in Willoughby, Ohio it was acquired by Hale Farm in 1972. Today it is the home of the Buckley family. Mrs. Buckley may tell you about her childhood in the South or her concerns for her husband and sons who are away at War. Emma Rose may be planning a social engagement while Adelaide writes a letter to her soldier-husband far away.



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