| 2014 Cherry Street | This beautiful brick building, designed in "Prairie Style" architecture, brings with it a long history in Toledo. It was built for First Evangelical Reformed Zions Congregation and designed by local architects Langdon & Mohly at a cost of $81,000. The origins of the church date back to 1853, when immigrants founded the German Zion Reformed Church.  The congregation moved to the Cherry Street site in 1916.

This low-slung beauty is by far the closest thing you'll find to a Frank Lloyd Wright building in Toledo.