Burk Run/Hillandale. A unique nature-culture weave in Euclid, Ohio. At the Euclid-Wickliffe line, Burk Run cuts north through the Painesville Moraine to cross Euclid Ave.
In 1847, the Isaac E. Brush family built a substantial Greek Revival house. Charles Franklin Brush was born here.
In 1898, J.R. Outhwaite built Hillandale in Euclid. J.E.French built Nutwood in Wickliffe.
In 1910, Nela Park developer, Burton Tremaine, bought Hillandale. He quickly built the log house and, later, the Hillandale bridge.
Current owners of ~80 acres of ecologically significant land include the Providence Missionary Baptist Church and the City of Euclid.
The Burk Run Hillandale tour explores the stream's cut through the Painesville Moraine and possibilities for conserving the area a Euclid Escarpment Ravine Preserve.