Welcome to the Historic Old West End of Toledo, Ohio. This neighborhood is one of the best kept secrets in the country with Twenty-five city blocks making up one of the largest collections of late Victorian houses left standing in the United States. Frank Lloyd Wright studied this area in his planning of his Oak Park Project in Illinois. Pristine examples of Colonial, Georgian, Italian Renaissance, Queen Ann, Dutch Colonial, French Second Empire and Arts and Crafts homes fill our streets. We invite you to experience our rich and glorious history and architecture.

 

Yes, the architecture is impressive, but it’s our neighbors that really make the Old West End.