Beckett-Manrod House

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Beckett-Manrod House
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Beckett-Manrod House is located in Ohio
Beckett-Manrod House
Location 2019 Stillwell-Beckett Road
Nearest city Hamilton, Ohio
Coordinates 39°27′10.96″N 84°38′30.60″W / 39.4530444°N 84.6418333°W / 39.4530444; -84.6418333Coordinates: 39°27′10.96″N 84°38′30.60″W / 39.4530444°N 84.6418333°W / 39.4530444; -84.6418333
Built 1836
Architectural style Federal[1]
Governing body Private[1]
NRHP Reference # 77001044[1]
Added to NRHP 1977-11-11[1]

Beckett-Manrod House is a registered historic building near Hamilton, Ohio, listed in the National Register on 1977-11-11. The house was built by farmer Robert Beckett in 1836.[2] It exemplifies the transition from Federal to Greek Revival architecture in rural Ohio. Jake Manrod acquired the house in 1918.

Historic uses[edit]

  • Single Dwelling


  1. ^ a b c d Staff (2007-06-30). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ Owen, Lorrie K. (1999). Dictionary of Ohio Historic Places. Somerset Publishers, Inc. p. 82. ISBN 9781878592705.