Cleveland Restoration Society’s 2018 Benefit

October 21, 2018

The Cleveland Restoration Society invites you to visit Roundwood Manor in Daisy Hill, the country estate of the Van Sweringen brothers. The Cleveland Restoration Society has nominated Roundwood Manor to the National Register of Historic Places. Now lovingly maintained by Sylvia Korey since 1988, we hope the Manor can be preserved for generations to come through an adaptive use of its historic spaces.

Following the tour, join us at The Country Club for a traditional Sunday dinner inspired by the season. The Country Club was designed by the Vans’ favored architect, Philip Small, whose superb colonial revival design is perfectly maintained to this day.



Roundwood Manor Tours will be a half hour self-guided walk through first floor, the west tower, upstairs bedrooms and the natatorium.


Enjoy period inspired entertainment including silent films and a talk by Dan Ruminski on the Van Sweringen brothers. Lemonade and popcorn for early arrivals ramps up to signature drinks, wine and ragtime music by George Foley.  A silent auction features Cleveland experiences including dinner and fireside chat at Roundwood Manor for up to 20 guests.


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