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Five Oaks sits majestically on a slight knoll on the corner of Fourth Street and North Street in Massillon, Ohio.
It originally served as the home of J. Walter and Flora McClymonds and their two daughters, Ruth and Edna.

The home, designed by renowned architect Charles F. Schweinfurth, features eclectic exterior architecture, ten fireplaces,
extensive unique wood carvings, a leather-walled billiard room, Tiffany windows, and a third floor ballroom.

The home, named for five oak trees on the property, was completed in 1894. It serves now as the home of the
Massillon Woman’s Club and is available for rental for weddings, corporate meetings, showers and private parties.

On April 23rd, 1973, the building was placed on the National Register of Historic Sites.
It truly is a magnificent structure and well worth preserving.

Tours are available by appointment or on Sundays in July and August.
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