Thomas T. and Wesley B. Frasier Houses

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Frasier, Thomas T. and Wesley B. Houses
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The Frasier Houses at 920 (left) and 828 (right) National Road in Bridgeport, Ohio
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Location898 and 920 National Rd., Brookside, Ohio
Coordinates 40°4′15″N80°45′35″W / 40.07083°N 80.75972°W / 40.07083; -80.75972 Coordinates: 40°4′15″N80°45′35″W / 40.07083°N 80.75972°W / 40.07083; -80.75972
Arealess than one acre
ArchitectFrasier, Thomas Townsend
NRHP reference No. 82001359 [1]
Added to NRHPNovember 17, 1982

The Thomas T and Wesley B Frasier Houses in Brookside, Ohio were built in the 19th century along Route 40. The houses were added to the National Register on 1982-11-17.

The house located at 920 National Road is currently used as Wilson Funeral Home, owned and operated by U.S. Congressman Charlie Wilson, [2] while the house at 898 National Road is used as the private residence of Ohio State Senator Jason Wilson. [3]

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