Longwood Manor Historical Society

Does this picture look familiar?

Have you been to Applebee's in Macedonia Common's since the remodeling?  This is a picture of Longwood Manor when it was originally built and is posted in Applebee's.  Thank you to Applebee's for contacting the Longwood Manor Historical Society for old pictures of Macedonia.  Look for the picture the next time you are there.  Longwood Manor is also listed on a sign.  See if you can find that too.

2nd floor

Mrs. Long's bathroom

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Manor, circa 1926

Manor circa 1950's

Manor circa 1970's

Colonel and Mrs. Long's bedroom on the second floor

Kitchen, First Floor

Longwood Manor Historical Society is going to be needing to do major fundraising to cover the cost to replace the original slate roof.  Part of the roof is at the end of life and may not last through 2024 and another part only has 1-2 years of life left.  If you have any fundraising ideas PLEASE let us know. 

Dining Room, first floor

Library, First Floor


Welcome to Longwood Manor

A National Historic Place in Macedonia, Ohio


​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Longwood Manor was built in 1924. It's architectural style is Tudor Revival which

was popular among the wealthy in America in the early 1900's.


We are a group of volunteers dedicated to Preserving the History of Macedonia. LMHS is a  501 c 3 non-profit organization, and is registered as a volunteer Committee with the City of Macedonia, Our primary goal is to restore the Manor to it's original condition so it can serve as a public gathering space, Museum and the headquarters of our organization


      The Manor sits on 300 acres of land that belonged  to Colonel William Frew Long the founding Mayor of Macedonia and a Veteran of World War I and II. His land and home, the Manor, were given to the citizens of Macedonia for use as a public park in accordance with his Will upon his death in 1984.


       The restoration and updates being made to the Manor are being funded by monetary donations, membership fees, fundraising events, and grants.  Numerous projects have been completed including:


  • In 2012 a main wooden support beam was replaced at cost.
  • Spring of 2013: Artificial slate was donated to replace parts of the natural slate roof and a professional roofer donated his services. Macedonia Glass replaced 21 broken windows at the Manor at no charge
  • Foundation waterproofing was completed for cost. Gutters and downspouts were installed or replaced. 
  • The flat roof that makes up the second-floor porch floor was replaced.
  • November 2014 The Manor was Enrolled on The National Register of Historic Places.
  • 2019 the slate patio on the South lawn was restored
  • 2020 Nordonia Hills Garden Club received a grant to plant flower beds around the Manor.
  • 2021 Mrs. Long's bathroom on second floor painted
  • 2022 New flat roof was installed over public restroom and kitchen areas, Tuck pointing on south wall and chimney repairs were completed
  • 2022-2023 Dining room ceiling repaired and repainted.
  • 2023 Work progressing on repairs to front porch including painting of porch overhang, columns, and  moldings.
  • 2023 Electricity was restored to the second and third floors.  Time to start repairs and painting.
  • ​2024 Repairs have started on the original slate roof, may need total replacement at cost estimate of around $80.000.