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    History

    Westmoreland, a residential neighborhood in Toledo, Ohio, was designated a historic district by the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

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    In the spring of 1916, real estate developers William B. Welles and Badger C. Bowen saw similarities to rolling Virginia in what was then called Washington, Ohio.

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    They proceeded to plat 323 residential lots and named the area Westmoreland after the Eastern Virginia county in which George Washington was born.

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    Construction continued through the 1930's. Today Westmoreland has 215 homes occupying the original 323 lots.

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    As a result of careful planning and development, the neighborhood has many park-like settings and open areas where the beauty of nature can be enjoyed.

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    The architectural diversity of its homes makes Westmoreland unique among urban subdivisions.

Historic Westmoreland

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Events

Westmoreland has many events throughout the year. They can all be found here.

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Pay Your Dues

Support Westmoreland by paying your annual dues here!

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Real Estate

There's no better time than today to purchase in our historic neighborhood!

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