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Park-like tract of nearly five acres with three contiguous homesites offers possibility of a one-of-a-kind estate compound. Non-connecting Spring Park Street/cul-de-sac has only these three addresses and one entrance/exit from Rocky River, creating seclusion and exclusivity. Crescent-shaped tract includes 5353 Spring Park, the last never-developed lot still owned by Tanglewood Corporation; the historic house built by Tanglewood developer William Farrington for his family; and the Freels house, 5360 Spring Park. Farrington House offers immaculately restored formal and informal rooms, original pegged oak floors, coffee-stained cypress paneling, graceful main staircase plus return stair, open light-filled modern island kitchen plus den with Viking appliances, travertine floor and granite counters. Extensive patios/ gardens with heirloom trees and old growth azaleas and a Diana swimming pool. Freels House has vintage charm with extensive patios surrounded by parterres, jasmine-covered iron archways and grass paths.