Built in 1882, the victorian style home is located within half a block of the historic public square of Nelsonville. Constructed during a period of prosperity, the Hyde House was designed with a beautiful winding staircase, three sitting rooms on the first floor, opulent woodwork, and decorative stone window detailing. Over one hundred years later, the home’s appearance had changed considerably. Neglected as a student rental property, the home was in a complete state of disrepair. The current owners purchased the house at a sheriff’s sale and renamed it the Mead House. RVC Architects is proud to have helped in the complete restoration of this amazing home. Now a bed and breakfast, the house has been restored to its 1882 grandeur.