Welcome to the "Barber of Seville"... established 1868 in Seville, Ohio

Seville is a small town with an interesting past. Nestled in southern Medina county, Seville was the home of Capt.Martin Van Buren Bates and his wife Anna, world-famed 'giants'. Legend has it that Capt. Bates was once rendered unconscious in the barber shop by lead-pipe brandishing brothers, unhappy about a horse deal.

Hello, I'm Sandy...

... celebrating three years at the Barber of Seville. It's been a very busy time. I've made many great friends and look forward to meeting new ones. With over 20 + years of barbering, my expertise is in flat tops, short fades, and good old-fashion barbershop shaves. I'm great with kids who just love digging into the 'treasure chest' after a haircut.

Sandy's HOURS
Wednesday 10:00-7:00
Thursday 10:00-7:00
Friday 9:00-5:00
Sandy requests late haircuts arrive by 6:30
Saturday 7:00-3:00

Sandy's phone number during business hours is 330 814-9373

Sandy takes appointments on Wednesday and Thursdays only. Walk ins still welcomed and accommodated with 2 barbers.

And, I'm Ross

...over 25 years here in Seville at this old shop.

Wednesday,Friday, and Saturday 9:00-11:00
All walk-in.

And, I'm Tom

the newest addition to Seville. I'm a well seasoned barber with 62 years of experienced. I can do all types of haircuts and love to talk old times.


Tuesday 9:00-5:00 Wednesday 11:00-6:00, Thursday 10:00-6:00 Friday 11:00-5:00 and Saturday 11:00-3:00

The Barber of Seville is a traditional small-town barber shop for men and ladies... offering expert clipper/scissor cuts. All Walk-In. Drop by and introduce yourself.

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Here's the latest Shop News...        Please check this site before heading to the shop...       Special Offers...     Thanks.                        ...

Sandy has new hours and can be reached at her number for more info. Thanks .

This web site serves as our means of communication.

Located in sunny downtown Seville, Ohio just minutes from I 71 and I 76. Take I 76 (Rt224) to Rt3 exit (turn south)...continue 1 mile south into Seville.

21 W. Main St.

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