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Historic Tate Farm $435,000
1975 Shrivers Corner Road, Gettysburg
This restored farmhouse and formal gardens were the scene of trade with the Indians and settlers along Beaver Dam Creek and later part of the Gettysburg Campaign. On July 2, 1863 Union and Confederate cavalry collided head on here.
In earlier history, President George Washington had his horse shod at the farm's blacksmith shop on his return from quelling the Whiskey Rebellion in October of 1794.
The outbuildings at the Tate Farm are original: a summer kitchen with walk in fireplace, a granary, spring house, carriage house, garden shed, outhouse, stable and large barn (complete with historic cannonball hole).
"The Tate Farm is the only Gettysburg battlefield property with all of its original outbuildings still standing."
Contact information: Roger Harding
211 and 213 Chambersburg Street, Gettysburg $109,900 each
Three-story pre-Civil War townhouses in the historic district of
Gettysburg, one of four houses that make up the Warren Building, also
called the Warren Block, built between 1853 and 1858.
The property was
owned by Thaddeus Stevens (1792–1868) elected to the Pennsylvania House
of Representatives in 1833, where he became a strong advocate of free
public education. Stevens was a founder of Pennsylvania College, now
Gettysburg College, in 1832. He joined the Whig Party and was elected to
the U.S. House of Representatives in 1848, becoming one of the leaders
of the Radical Republican faction of the Republican Party during the
In 1849, Stevems sold two lots that became 211-213-215-217
Chambersburg Street – known then and until 1911 as West York Street– to
Thomas Warren, who at times served as a member of the Gettysburg Borough
council and as Adams County Treasurer during the two decades preceding
the Civil War. Due to the financial Panic of 1857, Warren was forced to
sell many of his properties to satisfy his creditors.
The building was
sold to Matthew Eichelberger in 1859. It was then sold to Henry
Fahnstock in 1868. There have been many owners since. After the war,
circa 1870, the building was subdivided into four separate houses.
the Battle of Gettysburg, July 1 to July 3, 1863, the town was occupied
by the Army of Northern Virginia. In a 1908 article, Elizabeth Gilbert,
who took refuge in the cellar of the Troxell house, described her
experience. “During the battle on the second and third days the four
families living in the Warren Row gathered in the cellar of Uncle Dave
Troxel [221 Chambersburg Street], making about twenty-two people taking
shelter in that cellar. They stayed there until about ten o'clock in the
evening of the second day and were there on the third day. They spent
the time in listening to the firing and keeping up each other's
The Warren Building is a combination
of Georgian and Greek Revival styles. The basic structure is Georgian,
but the broad frieze on the front façade incorporates attic windows
which are a distinctive trait of Greek Revival accented by Georgian
dentils, small blocks used as a repeating ornament in the moldings under
the of the cornices. The roof is topped by three symmetrically-placed
chimneys. A small porch with a doorway provides access to each dwelling
unit. Three one-story frame additions were added to the backs of 211,
213, and 215. At some later date, decorative Victorian-style hipped
roofs were added above each porch.
Suzanne Christianson, Re/Max 717-338-0881
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849 Forgedale Road, Barto
$349,900 >> $280,000
Five buildings,including house, barn, 5 car garage, 6 car garage, mill.
Unique one of kind property on 6+ acres, including 1800's stone home, 45 x 60 2 story barn, detached 40 x 100 garage, 48 x 22 shed, and Saylor's Grist Mill dating back to the 1700's! The West Branch Perkiomen creek ambles through the property, giving it charm and appeal. The home is in need of updating, the large buildings have great potential for an owner needing ample storage for vehicles, equipment, etc. for full time use, or a getaway retreat.
Charlotte A. Sold, Inc.
1194 Huffs Church Rd Barto 19504
$525,000 >> $495,000
Discover a new lifestyle in the village of Huffs Church. This amazing property, formerly the town's General Store, offers 7 bedrooms and 7 full baths plus 2 half baths. It's historic, artistic, and very unique plus it offers business possibilities - currently a Bed & Breakfast, Antique Store and 100-seat House Concert venue.
The main kitchen features a commercial range and hood. The first floor bedroom has a wheel chair accessible shower. Each bedroom suite offers a different spa bathroom fixture...Imagine your choice of relaxing bath...or basking in the sun on the roof top deck...or escaping to the 3rd floor quarters w/kitchenette, great room, bedrooms and 1.5 baths.
On the grounds you will also find the original summer kitchen, a shed/workshop/greenhouse (now a black smith shop) and a 2-story barn.
So much more to reveal on your personal tour. Call today!
Contact: Ingrid Weil, Phone: 610-334-7305
Charming Forge Rd., Womelsdorf $925,000
Arguably the finest "country" house in the early days of our nation, the Charming Forge Mansion (1784) features "Philadelphia" quality woodwork in every room. The early wing (1749) is nearly intact from the colonial days when "Baron" Stiegel of Manheim, the original iron master, found the setting "charming". It remains so with the surroundings along the Tulpehocken Creek protected by a local land trust.
A museum quality restoration began in 1994, modern amenities were installed with remarkable care and sensitivity. This is a fine antique house for a modern lifestyle, w/designer kitchen, 7 bed chambers, 7 working fireplaces, 4 full baths, radiant heat, central air, stocked trout stream, etc.
Outbuildings received the same careful attention: a carriage barn large enough for four cars, a privy housing a generator, a summer kitchen, bake oven and an ancillary stone dwelling. In the early 19th century, the Union Canal was built in front of the property. The towpath and canal bed remain along with the stone arch tunnel and a lock further downstream.
Contact: Matt Barnhart, Keller Williams Central PA East
mattbarnhart at hotmail dot com
2415 Deer Trail Road, Coopersburg $1,000,000 >> $945,000
Hidden Valley Farm aptly describes this gem of a farmhouse setting, tucked into its own private valley overlooking the rolling hills of rural historic Springfield Township. The quarter-mile-long paved lane leading to the homestead is flanked by mature hickory, oak and sassafras trees and grassy meadows. You can feel your mood begin to change as the sights and sounds of the outside world give way to the seclusion and sensory smorgasbord of nature: soaring red-tailed hawks, deer, fox, families of wild turkeys and native songbirds of every kind.
This 38-acre property comprises 33 acres of preserved woods and open meadows and a five-acre building envelope where the house and studio are situated. Over 100 neighboring preserved acres ensure the sanctuary-like setting of this extraordinary property in perpetuity.
The pristine stone three-to-four bedroom farmhouse, built in 1781 and surrounded by rock gardens and an elegant Japanese maple collection, retains much of its Colonial heritage with its open-beam ceilings, pie-shaped staircases, period hardware, wide pine and fir plank floors, six working fireplaces (including the large walk-in in the great room) and deep-silled 9-over-6 and 6-over-6 windows.
The two-story frame addition, constructed in 1938 by a legendary local carpenter, includes a lovely, modern Shaker-style kitchen in solid cherry -- an authentic complement to the nicely-detailed pine interior.
The current owners have lovingly maintained and improved the interior and exterior over the last 40 years from the interior woodwork to the slate roof. Stone terraces and a rocking-chair porch of solid pine wood flank the rear of the house, overlooking distant rolling fields and woods.
The two-story, 30x40 foot studio, built in 1999 on the original bank barn foundation, has given rise to countless fine woodworking projects over the years. The floor plan, laid out in anticipation of future residential living areas, affords endless possibilities as additional living space.
Offered for the first time in a half century, this exclusive property eagerly awaits its next loving stewards. LOW TAXES!
Contact: Nancy Bousum, Assoc. Broker, Kurfiss Sotheby's Int. Realty 215-378-0410 or firstname.lastname@example.org
630 and 726 Central Avenue, Johnstown, PA 15902 $595,000 as appraised on 6/5/2014
Scenic Western Pennsylvania. Beautiful brick architecture located in Johnstown, PA. Historic former Cambria County Transit Authority (CamTran) municipal bus lines administration, operations and maintenance facilities consisting of two buildings. Constructed in 1893, both buildings were originally utilized for street/trolley car storage and maintenance. Recently renovated administrative office area. There are high ceilings throughout both buildings. The total area consists of 1.747 acres or 76,080 sq. ft. with ample paved parking. The two structures consist of a total of 55,334 sq. ft. as follows:
• 630 Central Avenue-21,734 sq. ft.
• 726 Central Avenue-33,600 sq. ft.
Originally zoned as “M-1” Light Industrial District but recently modified to include both “C1” Neighborhood Shopping District and “C2” Community Business District. This recent expansion of zoning allows for a wider range of uses, specifically for retail purposes. The property has been determined eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places under the provision of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966. The property currently comes with a “Declaration of Covenants” through the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. The sale of the property is price negotiable.
Additional information and pictures available upon request.
Read more about the history of the trolleys at the blog of the PA State Historic Preservation Office. Click here
Contact: Josh Yoder
Director of Marketing and Planning
502 Maple Avenue
Johnstown, PA 15901
Office (814) 535-5526 ext.208
Cell (814) 243-3020
The Old Jail Museum, 128 W. Broadway, Jim Thorpe $750,000
The former Carbon County Prison was used in service as a correctional facility from 1871 to 1995, holding over a century’s worth of inmates and even acting as the site of some high profile executions. The two-story jail has 72 rooms and 27 cells including a basement dungeon where prisoners were kept in solitary confinement. The most famous occurrence in the jail was the execution of seven coal miners known as “Molly Maguires.” In a highly unscrupulous trial led against the miners by the coal company, the workers were hanged right in the jail.
Today the jail is preserved as a museum where visitors can come and wander the cells and warden’s quarters, seeing the bleak stone interiors of the historic cells. The site plays up the possible haunting by the executed inmates and most unsettlingly a mysterious handprint stained on the wall of the cells. -- from Atlas Obscura
The jail was built in 1871, designed by architect Edward Haviland, who was the son of architect John Haviland, who designed the innovative (for its time) Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, a National Historic Landmark. Edward Haviland designed the County prisons at Easton, Clearfield, Williamsport, Mauch Chunk, Ebensburg, Coudersport and Reading.
Dimensions: Width: 47’ - Length: 96.9’ Walls: 24” - 36” thick
Total Sq. Ft.: 12,808 approx.
No. rooms: 72 rooms including 10 x 10 hallways
1st fl. - cell block, visitng room, warden’s living room,
warden’s dining room & jail kitchen
2nd fl. - cell block & warden’s bedrooms, women’s cells 3rd fl. - 2 finished rooms
Basement - 16 dungeon cells & 8 storage rooms
Use: 1871 - 1995 Carbon County Prison 1995 - present museum tourist attraction
Weight: approx. 1,000 lbs.
Original doorbell, locks, peep hole and hardware
First Floor Cell Block
Floor: Black slate
Staircase: Original cast iron staircase with oak rail Main corridor: 72’ x 20’
25 cells - 12 8’ x 13’ cells on 1st floor & 13 cells on 2nd floor Sink and toilet in each cell
Cell door: Double door entrance: Iron banded interior door - wood exterior door Shower Room - 5 shower heads
Laundry Room - laundry tubs, stainless steel sink, washer/dryer hookup Reproduction gallows to hang four men together
Hand Print on the Wall - Cell 17
Hand print reported to have been placed by accused Molly Maguire in 1878
Warden’s Living Area
Living room - restored - present gathering room Dining room - restored - present gift shop
Kitchen - Vulcan 8 burner stove with double oven
Commercial electric fry grill & commercial dish washer
2 full baths and 1 One half bath
3 Women’s Cells with sink & toilet
Basement Jail - Dungeon
4 cells with metal doors 1 cell with toilet & sink
8 storage rooms
15 million btu reconditioned gas furnace
New chimney liner & reconditioned chimney
New furnace wiring; new circuit breaker panel Concrete floors
Parking: 15 cars adjacent to building Taxes: $5,100
Located in Old Mauch Chunk Historic District, Jim Thorpe, PA On National Register of Historic Buildings
4,547 sq. ft. 3,214 sq. ft.
500 sq. ft. 4,547 sq. ft.
Cell block 2nd floor
History: Occupied as Carbon County Prison from 1871 to 1995. Purchased privately in 1995 and operated as a tourist attraction May 1995 to present.
Tours: Tours are conducted six days each week from Memorial Day through Labor Day and on Saturdays and Sundays through the end of October. Building closed from November to May.
Visitors: 2014 - 22,000 people from every State and 27 foreign countries.
Staff: Guides/docents present 45 minute tour; sell admission tickets and merchandise. Gift Shop: Open during tour hours.
Ghost Tours: Conducted three Saturday nights in October.
Advertising: Brochures distributed through Pocono Mountain Vacation Bureau, Discover Lehigh Valley, at numerous attractions state wide and at local businesses.
Print ads taken in various publications.
Tour listing on various web sites.
Potential: Attendance could be increased by expanded visitor season, increased tour hours, additional advertising and social media coverage, installation of coffee shop in Old Jail, and additional ghost
tours during summer
Information deemed accurate but not warranted.
Contact: Thomas E. McBride 570-325-3309
Old Jail Museum Jim Thorpe, PA
Benjamin Peters House, 1040 Boalsburg Road $1,349,000
Gentleman's Farm, built 1868, on 70 acres. Set up for horses currently with 8 acres of pasture and a 300×150 all weather outdoor riding ring, overlooking Mt Nittany and Beaver Stadium. Olympic sized heated in-ground pool.
Access to world class Fly Fishing on Spring Creek. You will never want to leave. Benjamins Plum Farm, listed on the National Register, has never been offered for sale to the general public. Current owner is 4th generation.
For sale by owner.
85 S. Whitehorse Rd, Phoenixville, PA 19460 Price Reduced $289,000
Welcome home to the charm and character of a bygone era. When homes were built with front porches, solid wood doors, trimmed archways and deep window sills. Situated on a stately corner lot with mature trees, 85 S Whitehorse Road offers character, privacy and space that other twins and townhouses do not. Period details that differentiate this twin from others include: a wood trimmed archway between the living and dining rooms, iron heating registers, 5" wood trim in the living and dining areas, and high ceilings on BOTH the 1st and 2nd floors. Oversized windows allow for abundant natural light throughout the entire home. Enjoy gatherings in the nicely sized kitchen, which leads out to a screen-in back porch. The second floor has 3 bedrooms, with one bedroom having an outdoor porch facing the backyard. On the third floor, there is a 4th bedroom, a walk-in hall closet and nooks for storage. A long driveway provides plenty of space for parking. There is also a detached one car garage that would make a great workshop. Windows were replaced two years ago. Conveniently located minutes from downtown Phoenixville. Move in now and restore it to its original splendor on your own time frame. The results will definitely be worth it!
Residential Twin, 4 bedrooms 1 bath + 1 summer toilet, 1529 sq. ft,
built in 1900 (117 years old), 3 story, corner lot, 1 car detached
Diane Geosits, Realtor with Coldwell Banker Preferred in Blue Bell, PA
351 Hannum Ave, West Chester $310,000
Historic, landmark, "flatiron" building located in the center of West Chester - just a short walk to all that the borough has to offer!
Beautifully renovated three story brick and stone triangular shaped home which was built in the early 1900s as a bakery and has had a great deal of history since then. Known for many years as The Triangle, residence and studio of notable Chester County artist Dennis Haggerty.
Now the flatiron offers great charisma combined with modern conveniences. Updated HVAC as well as newer electric and plumbing fixtures throughout. Pella windows offer plenty of natural light. Hardwood floors, brick floor in kitchen, cathedral ceiling, balcony overlooking first floor, built-in bookcases, and metal spiral staircases all add to the flatiron's industrial feel. A trap door allows large items to be moved onto the third floor. Great for home office/studio use. High visibility.
West End community garden is less than a block away. Without a doubt one of the most unique properties in Chester County. The flatiron has been photographed and painted by many artists and still bears the Ceresota Flour/Wrigley Gum ghost-sign on the Chestnut Street side of the building.
Contact: Andrew Holden
5 Willow Run, Shippensburg $625,000
An outstanding stone farmhouse built in 1780 on 32.85 acres. The property contains a Large Bank Barn in great condition w/solar panels giving 7 mos of free electricity. A major addition was added in 1973, bringing sq ft to 4496. The home has 5 fireplaces, 2 usable attics (1 finished) w/staircases , partially fin LL with wet bar, laundry/mud rm combo, very nice sized rooms, screened in porch across rear of house. Located 1 mi from center of town & across from University. Unique property!
Contact information: Steve Bickford
50 Pleasant Grove Road, Mechanicsburg $549,000
Majestically overlooking the Cumberland Valley on 17 acres. , this historic brick farmhouse is believed to have been built during the War of 1812 and is a stunning example of the amazing craftsmanship of that era.
With its 8 fireplaces, extensive hand carved woodwork, high ceilings, pine floors, crystal sconces and chandeliers, the home has more the feel of a manor house than a farmhouse. This home has been lovingly maintained. The acreage is on the National Land Trust, adding the advantage of reduced tax.
Contact information: Steve Bickford
G.C. Murphy Building, 519-521 Market Street, Johnsonburg $50,000
- Built in 1892, this potential-popping property is located in Johnsonburg's Historic District and designated a Historic Property.
- 12,750 square foot building is located on a 50 x 85 city lot
- Three stories, plus a poured basement, has a 12 year old rubber roof, and 4 methods of egress.
- Brick exterior, hardwood floors, city water, and natural gas.
From the owner: I purchased the GC Murphy building in 2014 with the sincere hope of saving it from falling into the hands of someone who didn't appreciate its historic properties or its potential. I owned a photography studio, which I moved into the building. The building was cleaned from top to bottom prior to my purchase. I added a washroom on the first floor; replaced the broken windows; refinished the first floor hardwood; and refinished one set of doors. There are so many ways that this treasure can be used; however, the changing industry has forced me to close my studio. My dream would be to have event spaces on the first and third floors with rooms for rent on the second floor.
Johnsonburg currently has no hotels, motels, or bed and breakfasts; so when people come to town for weddings, funerals, baptisms, family gatherings, business at the papermill, etc. they are forced to stay in a neighboring town. The GC Murphy building has so much character, and there is an empty lot just feet from the front door that would be wonderful for parking. (the empty lot does not come with the building) I hope that someone is able to purchase and bring this treasure to life or invest in saving it.
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1167 National Pike, Hopwood $299,000
Lots of possibilities with this historic brick building. Ground floor is finished and ready to rent. Originally a restaurant/tavern with a stage and dance floor, the oak trim on the doors, windows, beams, take you back to the '40s. The abundance of light will have you falling in love with this building. Previous tenants have included: a tailor, a church, an accountant, a furniture store, a craft store, an equipment rental showroom,...possibilities are endless.
A large gravel parking lot allows for expansion.
The first floor is finished and ready to occupy. Two balconies overlook the mountains. Walk to the supermarket, P.O., restaurants, a convenient location.
The upper level was formerly a hotel with 12 bedrooms, 3 baths. The rooms upstairs need updating, but the beautiful wood floors and claw foot bathtubs are still there. We still have the keys to all the rooms.
A three bedroom, 2 bath rental apartment over a 2 car garage in the back is currently rented.
For sale by owner: Suzann Stotlemyer Worl: 301/718-0280 Cell:724/557-2915
131 Elm St, Tionesta $225,000
Queen Anne-Eastlake style Victorian built in 1886 with lumber and oil money.
The rooms have been beautifully decorated with period style. Special historic features include stained glass, and five decorative fireplaces include original tile trim.
Turnkey bed and breakfast has been in existence since 1994. Check out the website: kellygreenbb.com
Most contents will remain.
Click to view listing and more photos.
Contact: Brian Hale
Gates & Burns Realty
Walnut Hill Manor
9 State Hill Rd., Waynesboro, PA 17268 $395,000
Don't miss your once-in-a-lifetime chance to own a Waynesboro landmark home, a remarkable property built in 1908 and updated and cared for to near perfection, Beautiful wrap-around porch, foyer, original oak & chestnut wood throughout, modern heating & AC, porch doors, architectural molding, granite countertops in kitchen. Don't miss out on one of Waynesboro's premier properties.
6 beds, 2 full, 1 half baths, 3,329 sq ft, 2.2 acres lot
Contact: Dodie Moats
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904 Main Street, Alexandria – $174,900
Historical mill built 1833, now being use as office and lab space on 3.53 Acre tract in Alexandria.
Large rooms. 5 floors, including basement and 4th floor.
6 very nice offices and 1 beautiful conference room.
Updated heating system.
Property was previously used as residence and office.
Lots of off street parking with paved driveway and additional parking in the rear.
Many rooms have beautiful knotty pine paneling and pine floors.
7800 square feet of net leasable space area.
Property borders Juniata River.
Easy access to Rt 22, State Forest, Lower Trail, also easy Drive to State College and Altoona
MLS # 2813533
Historical overview: The Gemmill Mill is a local
landmark closely associated with the history of Alexandria and Porter
Township. It occupies a large lot on the banks of the Juniata River,
adjacent to the National Register-eligible Alexandria Historic District.
The grandsons of town founder Elizabeth Gemmill built the imposing
frame grist mill in 1833 near two important routes of travel and
commerce: the Pennsylvania Canal and the Huntingdon, Cambria and Indiana
Turnpike. Under the ownership of Jacob Gemmill and then James H.
Dysart, it was one of the most important mills in the area for over a
century. Milling was discontinued when its mill dam on the Juniata River
was destroyed by the great flood of 1936. In 1954 the property was
acquired by John Rhodes who converted the building into a combined home
and business. Since 2000 it has served as the headquarters office for a
history/preservation/archaeology consulting firm which would like to
find a preservation-minded new owner who values the building’s
Although adapted for modern use, the Gemmill Mill still retains many of
its original architectural features and is well-suited to serve a
variety of possible functions.
For more information, contact Burgess Smith
12192 Henderson Overlook Road, Huntingdon $459,000
Early 1740's Restored Log Home on 7 acres with a 65'x45' Bank Barn & 1/2 acre pond
Located within a five minute walk to a quiet cove on pristine Raystown
Lake, this authentic log home is a rare find and perfect for a vacation
home or full-time residence.
Very close to Juniata River access point and Ridenour Overlook at the
northern end of Raystown Lake, this 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home sleeps 9
guests comfortably and has great outdoor space for entertaining. There
is plenty of room for parking, bring your boat, RV and trailer if you'd
The home is an historic hand-hewn log cabin, originally built in the
1740's. It was restored then renovated with a family in mind and now has
a modern updated interior with an authentic rustic ambience. The open
kitchen and ample storage space is lovely for accommodating large
The home includes a living room and a finished basement space, known as
the cozy room, that opens onto the front patio. The front porch is
partially covered & set up for a barbecue.
A 1+ acre field for planting or simple deer grazing and 1/2 acre pond
with great bass fishing are on the property. A 45'x65' bank barn and a
few native apple trees revived from an old orchard give the tract an
authentic and peaceful feel. An intermittent creek bordering the
frontage provides a bubbling sound at night during heavy rains and
Acerage: The property is sub-divided into a 5ac and 2.5ac tract offering
ease of liquidity should you decide to sell it off individually in the
Contact: John Gillen - Owner/Seller 814-599-0790
1864 Susquehannock Drive, Drumore Price Reduced!
Nestled in southern Lancaster County, this 18th century English-style 2½-story stone farmhouse offers panoramic views of the Susquehanna River Valley in Drumore Township. Surrounded by Amish farms and Susquehannock State Park, this 11.3 acre farmette features a 3 bay, 3384 square foot home with 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 half baths, 6 Fireplaces, a double-decker stone bank barn, detached summer kitchen, which now serves as a workshop, and a stone smokehouse which could have multiple uses presently serving as a garden house. Physical evidence on the house, per the current owners, supports an early date (1730-1770) with its style of masonry, eaves and segmental arches. Oral history places the date of the earliest construction at 1767.
The home retains beautifully restored and preserved original architectural features including 6 fireplaces, with the cooking hearth in the kitchen and its flanking cupboards. The living room has its original floor to ceiling corner cupboard and a unique family bible cupboard recessed into the stone wall. Original oak and pine hardwood floors, chair rail and peg rail abound throughout the home. The conveniences of modern living have been creative
ly integrated into the home to provide the ease and comfort of 21st century life while maintaining the original feel of a colonial home. The spacious master bedroom and en suite features a ceramic tile bath with radiant heat, his and her vanities, a walk-in shower and a beautiful interior exposed stone wall.
The property, featured in Early American Life in 2013, is enhanced with mature trees, perennial gardens, a water garden, four square kitchen garden, walls and walkways, a north enclosed porch and a south open porch. This gorgeous estate could have future uses as a horse farm, possible B&B, a wedding location or simply a stunning view. This authentically restored and preserved home, barn and outbuildings is a must see!
Barbara Maher, ASP
Lusk & Associates Sotheby's International Realty
717 - 669-3631
Compass Mill (1776), Warwick Township $300,000
|If you love history, you will appreciate this Log Home, Grist Mill & Cottage located on 1.2 acres known as ''The Compass Mill Complex." Compass Mill and the Mills of Litiz Run, offer great potential for reinvestment in this historic grist and saw mill, constructed by members of the Brethren Congregation at Warwik (Unitas Fratrum or Moravian Congregation) in 1776.
Zoned Community Commercial allows for many creative uses. Log Home & Cottage served by well & public sewer.
Adjacent 2-Unit Apartment building at 815 Rothsville Rd on .30 acre may be purchased in addition to the property but not separately.
Herr's Mill Covered Bridge, Lancaster County $1.00 (to be moved)
The famous Herr’s Mill Bridge has been a Pennsylvania landmark for nearly
170 years. Lancaster County’s oldest and longest covered bridge, it is a
standout even among the area’s multiple other fine bridges. Listed
on the National Register of Historic Places on December 10, 1980, the
Herr’s Mill Bridge has already been identified as a significant resource
at the local, state and national levels. This Bridge is available to a good home, provided that it will be re-erected in its entirety.
An arsonist attempted to burn down the bridge in 2015. Click to read more.
52 - 54 BOYLSTON STREET, BRADFORD, McKEAN COUNTY $975,000
OF LOVE -- Stunning, completely renovated commercial building with top
of the line finishes, located in Bradford's Downtown Historic District.
One of the finest structures in town, move in ready. Currently set as
two separate doctors’ offices, one on each floor. It can be easily
converted in any other setup, with separate entrances. First level,
currently set as doctor’s office, has four exam rooms, three offices,
large front desk office, two waiting rooms, break room with kitchenette,
two bathrooms, and storage rooms. Telephone system, wireless internet
and Direct TV already installed. Three-zone HVAC system.
Second level is long-term leased, and also set as multiple doctor’s
offices. It has large waiting room, six exam rooms, four offices, X-ray
room, two bathrooms, storage rooms, and large reception area. Many
original architectural details throughout the 1892 building. Original
gas fireplaces with exotic wood mantels in all waiting rooms and some
offices, African wood paneling throughout whole first and
floor, original stairway with stainless steel railings, all inside
doors, and doors and windows molding. Both handmade metal entrance doors
were imported from Mexico. Space for new elevator created and new
elevator installed. Adjacent to the building is private parking lot with
25 parking spaces.
Contact: Kathleen Obermeyer, Sales Associate
ERA Real Estate
315 Manor Drive, Pocono Manor $449,900
Built in 1926 by City of Philadelphia surveyor Walter Brinton as a vacation home in the 3,000 acre Pocono Manor Resort. This rare, old world beauty is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and has been the hit home of Home Tour Charity events. It won the Monroe County Historical Society 2012 Historical Preservation Award for a Private Residence.
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709 Penllyn Pike, Lower Gwynedd PA 19002, Montgomery County $1,350,000
6 bedrooms, 6 baths. Spectacular Colonial home featuring old charm with modern amenities on over 2 acres in the heart of Lower Gwynedd. Dating back to 1829, this gem has been completely updated throughout. The property features 6 Bedrooms, 5.5 Baths, refinished hard wood flooring throughout, amazing millwork, deep-sill windows, and over 7000 sq. ft. of living space. Enjoy the gourmet eat-in kitchen with solid wood cabinetry, soap stone counter tops, stone backsplash, top of the line stainless steel appliances, exposed beams and a breakfast area with an electric fireplace. Living space includes a formal Living and Dining Room, a Library, and a Family Room with French doors leading out to a covered brick patio in the lovely backyard. The grounds are sensational with a brick patio and courtyard, a back porch and views of the original stone walls surrounding the property in your own private sanctuary. Upstairs, the Master Suite offers an oasis after a long day with a sitting area, large walk-in closet, newly renovated Master Bath with ceramic tile, double cherry vanity, walk-in shower and a covered balcony with gorgeous views of the grounds. There is a Princess Suite with full Bath and fireplace, 6 additional Bedrooms and 2 full Baths on the second level. The third level offers 2 more Bedrooms and a full Bath for private quarters.
The home includes 8 fireplaces, 2-zoned HVAC and public water and sewer. There is a carriage house with heat and electricity and a barn that could be used as a 3-car garage.
Berkshire Hathaway Fox & Roach Realtors
721 Skippack Pike, Suite 100
Blue Bell, PA 19422
Office: (215) 619-0525
Cell: (484) 431-3528
Glendower Farm, 1221 Meetinghouse Road, Gwynedd $2,495,000
A Historic Estate Property with all the charm and character you would expect but lwith all the conveniences and luxury of today. A sweeping driveway leads you to a breathtaking setting, nestled on a 7.8 acre site enhanced with mature trees, specimen plantings, gardens, stone entry walls and walkways, multiple outbuildings, pavilions and patios.
The original homestead dates back to 1700’s with the history of being part of the kings grant to William Penn who later conveyed the property to Evans one of the first settlers in Gwynedd Valley. First floor living areas offers multiple formal, informal and leisure living areas that in include a library/den/study, music room and Family/Great room. Kitchen includes custom cabinetry, lots of granite counter tops, artisan tile backsplash and a breakfast bar. The breakfast room has a walk-in fireplace, beamed ceiling and outdoor vistas .
10 fireplaces, deep window sills, leaded glass panes, wide planked hardwood flooring, beaded beamed ceilings antique built- in furniture and corner cabinets, and custom craftsmen millwork.
The second and third floors are accessible by a center hall grand staircase. Master Suite includes a dressing room, lavish bath & 2 F/P’s, plus 5 additional bedrooms and 3 baths, a private office/ study and a 2nd floor laundry.
Converted barn has been tastefully transformed into an incredible indoor/outdoor entertainment hall, pool house, guest/ in law, or au pair quarters. There are multiple bath accommodations and a full gourmet kitchen facility. Additional unfinished areas of the barn offers a shop, storage, and garage facilities for the collectors. Patios, terraces, and decks plus in-ground swimming pool. Tennis pavilion and 2 tennis courts.
Realtor: David J. Caracausa
Louis Kahn-designed Weiss House - AIA Gold Medal Winner
2935 Whitehall Road, E. Norriton $995,000
From the National Trust for Historic Preservation, "The Houses of Louis Kahn"
: "Kahn described the Weiss House in East Norriton Township, Pennsylvania, as 'a house that is contemporary, but does not break away from tradition.' The wood and stone structure, built between 1947 and 1950 for local menswear shop owner Morton Weiss and his wife, showcases Kahn’s signature connection to the outdoors through a unique window system -- residents can rearrange opaque and transparent panels in the living space to control the amount of light being let in throughout the course of the day. The house, which won the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal in 1950, was the first that Kahn designed after returning from a tour of Italy, Greece, and Egypt. The total construction cost for the house, including cabinetry, furniture, and a Kahn-designed mural, was $50,000. Both Weisses continued to live in the house until their deaths in 2004."
This property is threatened with demolition or intensive development (150-room senior rental development, along with 180 parking spaces) on the 9.9 acre property.
Stone Cottage Woods, 325 Stouts Valley Road, Williams Township $699,000
Circa 1720 -- The history of Stone Cottage Woods dates back to the earliest settlement of Williams and Durham Townships. The original restoration revealed architectural details which would date the structure to the early to mid-18th century, making it one of the area's oldest surviving homes. Today, it is the quintessential stone farmhouse, expanded and modernized into a spacious and gracious 3+ Bedroom, 3+ bath home. With beautifully landscaped perennial garden, stone walls and patio, a lively Koi pond, fully fenced yard and a private in-ground pool, the property boasts expansive views of Stouts Valley and includes an acre of undeveloped woods in back.
One of the most unique restored farmhouses in Williams Township, minutes from the Bucks County line or Bethlehem, and conveniently located 90 minutes from Manhattan and Philadelphia.
House History: stonecottagewoods.com
Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/StoneCottageWoods/
Click here for narrated video tour
The layout of the property is ideal for a small-scale B&B, and has a successful AirBnB history at: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/6371694
Please contact Tracy Jackson Benson from Berkshire Hathaway at 215-862-8425 to schedule a walk-through.
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319 East Main Street Stoystown $44,000
Own a house on the Lincoln Highway!
Live on the Lincoln Highway! Designated as one of the 2 oldest brick buildings in historic Stoystown, and perhaps Somerset County, this two-story duplex, built circa 1830 in the Federal style is five by two bays with inside end chimneys and a recessed center entry enhanced by decorative carved and sawn woodwork.
George Graham, a stockholder in the Stoystown and Greensburg Turnpike
Company owned the property at one time and records show it has also
housed a tavern and a wagon and carriage making business. Great
potential to be a beautifully restored asset to the area.
Currently the house contains two apartments- one two-bedroom unit and
one 3-bedroom unit - occupied by established renters. It sits on a 0.28
acre lot with Oil/hot water and electric for heat.
Stoystown, founded in 1774, flourished from the early nineteenth through the mid-twentieth centuries as a popular travel stop along what was the Pennsylvania Road and later the Lincoln Highway, which followed the approximate route of the Forbes Trail. After the Lincoln Highway became Route 30, construction of a by-pass around Stoystown slowed business, but allowed preservation of the Lincoln Highway character of Main Street. Today this picturesque town consists of well-maintained architecturally significant structures and is located just three miles west of the Flight 93 National Memorial.
Contact: Mike Hittie
226 Springs Rd Springs Pa 15562 $180,000
Own a piece of history! Custom wood work throughout, hardwood floors, renovated and all the original charm still intact. Barn, silo and 9 acres make this the perfect farmette to escape the hustle and bustle to live a peaceful life. Great location for a B & B surrounded by historical Amish charm.
Contact: Venus Stark 724 366-0035
A.M. Grove House, 1316 Muddy Creek Forks Road, Airville $475,000
Beautifully restored Queen Anne Victorian on 5 acres in southern York County. Listed on the National Register of historic places and overlooks the historic railroad village of Muddy Creek Forks, preserved as a living history museum. Private and peaceful country setting but within an easy commute to York, Lancaster, Bel Air, Hunt Valley and Baltimore.
This 7 Bedroom, 5000 square foot home has been fully restored to its
turn of the century elegance but with all modern amenities. Home has
original wood floors, lighting fixtures, pocket doors, wood work and
mantelpieces. Five acres of woods, gardens and native landscaping and
numerous outdoor living areas make this property a nature lovers
A wrap around porch, patio, and sleeping porch/balcony provide plenty of
area to enjoy this unique and beautiful outdoor setting. This property
also includes all original outbuildings including summer kitchen, ice
house, smoke house, out house, pump house, barn, garage, and chicken
coop. Plenty of room to bring your horses, chickens or other favorite
critters. Don't miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to own this
piece of York county history!
Contact: Adam Flinchbaugh. 717-757-7811, email@example.com
Hanover Theater, 39 Frederick Street, Hanover $550,000
This 12,000 square foot vaudeville theater opened in 1928 as the State Theater (renamed The Hanover in 1961) and operated as a movie theater until 1986.
It was designed by noted theater architect William H. Lee and is one of only two completely intact theaters decorated by Arthur Brounet, renowned for his theatrical murals.
It fell into disrepair in the 1990's but has been stabilized and is awaiting new ownership and renovation.
Contact: Dave Leske, Dave@HanoverTheater.info
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Congruity Stagecoach Inn, 1142 Old William Penn Highway, Greensburg
$249,000 >> $225,000 >> $199,000
(3 BR) (historical stagecoach inn) built c.1820. Additional
warehouse/studio-soaring 2 story designed w/ cathedral ceiling &
windows spanning 2 floors w/ double door loading dock/attached upper
annex. Property has multiple business/personal possibilities. Public
Water w/ self cleaning EPA designed/approved Sewage System. Bi-level
(Ample) Parking. Wooded Acreage. Buildings are in good condition with
separate oil & electric.
House has been determined eligible for the
National Register of
Originally a tavern and inn, the site later served as a
recruiting station for Civil War soldiers and then as a glove
factory.High Ceilings/Plank Flooring/Blown Glass Window/3 Exposed
Fireplaces & 3 covered (6 total)/. Full basement with separate stone
cold cellar entrance. Studio easily subdivided into 5 Multi-Use areas.
Sylvan setting on Rte 22. $1,000 Bonus to Selling Broker.
KELLY M.J. REALTY CORP
2147 Ardmore Boulevard
Pittsburgh, PA 15221
Cell phone: 412-736-0906
402 West Main Street, New Alexandria $89,900
Originally built for a doctor in 1903. The original doctor's office was converted to a kitchen and breakfast nook, and the first floor includes a laundry room.
The second floor has 4 bedrooms and 2 bonus rooms perfect for a den or office. Over 2400 Sq. feet of living space is available, plus a full height basement and walk-up attic. The 2 car detached garage has a walk-up loft. Original blueprints and much of the original trim and hardware have been retained by the previous owners.
Contact: Saundra Brown (724) 433-5241