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Once owned and resided by Eleutheros Cooke, the Eleutheros Cooke House today serves as a historical house museum opened from Tuesdays through Saturdays from April to December. It is managed ansd owned by the Ohio Historical Society.

Built in the 1840s, the Eleutheros Cooke House is one of the historical places in Sandusky, Ohio. And as the city is well known for its limestone buildings and Greek Revival architecture, visitors can be sure that this particular historic structure can represent the era when these elegantly designed homes were in vogue.

Although, the Eleutheros Cooke House is restored to its 1950s appearance, it also exhibits a large collection of antique furniture, most of which dates back to the 19th century. The gardens are also included in the site?s highlights and something people should also take a look at.
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