MetroParks to Auction Former Beeghly Home

POLAND, Ohio — A secluded single-family residence at 5700 Clingan Road, built by business and community leaders Bruce and Nancy Beeghly in 1993 and later donated to Mill Creek MetroParks, will be sold during an online auction conducted by ByceAuction of Youngstown.

The opening bid is $175,000. All sale proceeds will be dedicated to the Ford Nature Center Redevelopment Project, according to an announcement from the park.

The online action will end Aug. 22.

The property consists of a 4,417-square-foot residence sits on 5.9 acres that border lands owned by Aqua Ohio and leased by the MetroParks.

The site is just east of Lake Hamilton and south of Yellow Creek Park and is accessed by an 800-foot lighted private drive.

The contemporary architectural quality home features four bedrooms, three full- and two half baths, two master suites, vaulted ceilings, great room with fireplace, cat walk, den, Florida room, two-car attached garage, multiple decks, electronic security and a carriage house all surrounded by old growth trees. It is located within the Struthers School District with parcels in Poland Township.

According to the listing, the current Mahoning County tax value is $455,780 and annual property taxes are $9,196.

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