About Classic Homes of Ohio

Hammer And Nails On PlywoodClassic Homes of Ohio has been building custom homes for more than 50 years. Tom and Ed Wurm learned to build homes from their father, who built his first home in 1949. Today, Ed’s son is the third generation to carry on the family tradition of custom home building.

Their newest homes can be seen at The Homestead, located off Eggleston Road just north of Rt. 82 in Aurora. The development features beautifully designed single-family homes and condominiums surrounded by nature, priced from $370,000.

Ed Wurm has always been mindful of the natural topography because of his own love of nature and the peacefulness that it evokes. He builds homes with incredibly aesthetic views that surround the homeowner with a serene landscape.

A Classic Home is rich with today’s most desired features, such as double crown molding in the dining room, custom cherry cabinets, a walk-in pantry, cathedral ceiling in the hearth room and custom closet shelving. Other amenities include columns in the foyer, bead board in the entry hall, and stainless steel appliances including slide-in range, wall oven, microwave and dishwasher.

Yet every home can be personalized to suit the distinct desires of each home buyer.

“Virtually every aspect of our homes can be custom modified, allowing us to create for each buyer the home of their dreams – one they are incapable of envisioning themselves,” said Mr. Wurm. Personal customization means that no two homes are ever the same.

The Homestead is located in Aurora with easy access to fine dining, shopping and highways that can get you quickly to Cleveland, Akron or Youngstown.

“We have beautiful lots available in The Homestead,” Mr. Wurm added, “but we will also build on existing lots throughout Geauga County and surrounding areas.” Customers who build offsite will enjoy the same benefits as customers at The Homestead.

“We will ensure that your lot is suitable for building and will provide a site plan for the placement of your new home,” he said.