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At the first 90° curve sits the Gerlaugh-Tobias House built by David Gerlaugh in 1821.  Built in the vernacular style with Shaker influences, the foundation walls are of brick and there is a full basement – very unusual for the era.  The Siebenthaler Company bought it in 1979 and is preserving the historical integrity of the home.

An ancient Siberian Elm dominates the front yard.  OSU has designated it the largest elm of its kind in the United States.

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Brett Williford

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