When you feel as comfortable as the guests at your party, you know it is a success. That is the ultimate goal, said Jane Smyth of Jackson Township....
We asked a few Downtown Canton residents to show us around their places and tell us what it’s like to live downtown. What we found was a vibrant energy and enthusiasm for the city — and some beautiful living spaces.
It didn’t take Malone University President David King and his wife, Winnie, very long to get comfortable in Stark County. The couple, here since last fall, have turned an empty, white-walled new house in Monticello Estates into a warm, inviting space.
It would be hard to imagine the Ida Saxton McKinley home as anything other than a fine Victorian mansion. Amazingly, the beautifully restored building at 331 Market Ave. S once held the Bargain Center Grocery and a barbershop. It even had a faux storefront disguising the former first lady’s childhood residence.
A tour of Sherry and Larry Adelman’s expansive Glenmoor estate offers museum-quality artwork, stunning panoramic views — and a few surprises.
Why open a bed-and-breakfast in a city instead of a rural setting? Well, the Hambleton House Bed & Breakfast at 2716 Market Ave. N in Canton was the right home at the right time in the energetic lives of Kathy and Randy Heckert.
Sandy Worley operates her 4,000-square-foot historic home as a bed and breakfast. Marian “Sandy” Worley lives, works and entertains surrounded by her many collections of antiques. Her mantra? “You name it, I collect it.”
Historical charm, lush landscaping and unusual details make this gem in Massillon a most interesting tour. Sharon and Phil Roberson purchased the 7,000-square-foot home on Spring Hill Lane in 1995.