Sisler House - Akron, Ohio

Built by prominent Akron businessman and doctor, Dr. Louis Sisler, in 1919, the home was designed by Cleveland architects, Walker & Weeks.  Its design embodies all of the elements typical of the Tudor Revival style, including steeply pitched gable roofs, masonry, half-timbering, storybook entrances, prominent chimneys, and casement windows. Though it exhibits many of the hallmarks of Tudor influence, there are some unusual design elements not seen in many Tudor Revival examples, such as the hipped roof and half-timbering brick infill.

ARRC, Inc. researched and wrote the formal National Register of Historic Places nomination and the property was listed in spring of 2019.

Sisler House aerial view
Sisler House carriage house