The Russell House 4800 sq. ft. 1882 Victorian Home

The Russell House and The Carriage house.
The Russell House and The Carriage house.Stairway at entrance of home.Original ceiling tiles in foyer.Dining roomBeautiful dining room with stained glass windows and chandelier.Upstairs reading area and game area.19th century chandelier in dining room.Original wood paneled library with working gas fireplace.Parlor with period furnishingsOther end of parlor with working gas fireplace and picture of Mr. Russell.National historic plaque.Above the entrance door/ THR 1882. Thomas H RussellThe wedge wood parlor. Original light fixture converted to electric.Master bedroom with king size bed and master bath.Another view of master bedroomAnother bedroom with a king size bed.The third bedroom with a queen size bed and a bath off the bedroom.Fourth bedroom is a full size bed. This was the cooks bedroom.Entertainment room with tv, dvd player and Netflix and Amazon.KitchenOriginal stables in the lower part of the carriage house.Side porch is a great place for coffee or wine and relaxing.
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From $100 / night

107 4th Street Northeast, Massillon, OH 44646
The Russell House 4800 sq. ft. 1882 Victorian Home
4 bedrooms
8 guests
1 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2.5
Sleeps: 8
Type: Home
Per night: $165 - $195
Per week: $900
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: Yes
Description of the Massillon vacation home rental
If you are looking for a grand and majestic Victorian, then this home, known as the'Russell House', will speak to you.As you enter through the vestibule, you will note the hand-carved staircase and fresco ceilings in the foyer. A formal parlor to your right and a grand sitting room to your left. The impressive wood paneled library offers an intimate seating area with its gas fireplace, built-in bookcases and leaded glass windows. The formal dining room with stained glass windows offers an elegance of times gone by. With both a front and rear staircase, this four bedroom, two and a half bath home gives you a glimpse of the past with its servants quarters off the main sleeping areas. The carriage house has a modern two car garage and the lower level still houses the original horse stables. You will enjoy modern conveniences such as internet, cable tv with Netflix but you can also just forget about modern things and pretend you are living in 1882.

James Hanna

Area Information
Massillon is a very nice town with beautiful parks and many wineries within a 15 minute drive, The football hall of fame is 20 minutes away. There are many nice restaurants in the area.

About the owner

Owner Profile

James Hanna

James Hanna

James Hanna

  • School:

    Wadsworth High School, University of Akron, University of Akron
  • About:

    I own a local business and originally purchased this home to live in. But a friend suggested I try renting it to people. I had to think about it but it has been a great adventure so far. People have respected and taken care of the property and treated it like their own.
    I love baseball , old movies...
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Weekly Monthly Min
Aug 13 2015 Aug 12 2017 $165 $195 $900 $3,000 1 Night
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Money Order, PayPal, Visa
Other Fees: Cleaning fee 75.00 Pet fee 25.00 Extra people over 8 is 25.00 per night per person. Security deposit 100.00

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Reviews for this vacation home rental in Massillon, Ohio

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Bernie Newbury

Jaw dropping beautiful

Bernie Newbury


Jaw dropping beautiful

October 31, 2016

this place is amazing! It was like stepping back in time and living in a HUGE Victorian home. The owner was very friendly and the property manager was very helpful. They made us feel like friends instead of guests. The area has all your needs covered, including the worlds oldest, still running, movie theater, but the house sits on a brick road that was very quiet and relaxing. We can't wait to go back!

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are the most fun things to do at your vacation rental?
A: Visiting the Amish country, there are many great restaurants, bike paths, football hall of fame, great local wineries.
Q: What makes your vacation rental special?
A: This home is very special. It is one of the few homes in the area that have not been turned into apartment buildings or condos. It retains all it's original woodwork, floors, light fixtures that most older homes have lost over the years.
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