Historic Harbor Living, LLC created the design for a planned unit development or PUD from the desire to help with the continued forward momentum of the Historic Ashtabula Harbor’s transition to a first-class regional tourism destination. The need for upscale residential living has been identified thru steering committees focused on the continued development of this nationally recognized Historic District.
Tourists from areas such as Pittsburgh, Youngstown, Akron/Canton, and Columbus are spending more and more time visiting the Lake Erie coastline via Ashtabula County. The attraction to the Historic Ashtabula Harbor are amenities such as the newly redeveloped Walnut Beach, Ashtabula Arts Center, multiple marinas and boat clubs for water recreation, world-class trout and walleye fishing excursions, as well as the nearly dozen renowned local restaurants, multiple boutique shops, and coffee house. Lengths of stay can vary from a few days to a few weeks or even months at a time depending on the demographics of those polled.
Many have stated the Historic Ashtabula Harbor is not only an amazing destination for foodies or dining, but an ideal location for being close to Ohio’s first summer resort, Geneva-on-the-Lake, as well as close proximity to the City of Conneaut and their waterfront for recreation and the country’s largest World War II D-Day reenactment each August along their sandy beach and elevated bluffs. A one hour commute to downtown Cleveland to the West or an hour East to Chautauqua Lake and skiing in New York State, the Historic Ashtabula Harbor is a great destination for almost anyone looking to spend time on the Great Lakes inside the Buckeye State.