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The Harpster Manor

A grand stone manor on 40 acres

5 acre pond

Picnic Pavillion

World class limestone trout stream

The Harpster Manor

A grand stone manor on 40 acres

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1834 Historic Home

Bedrooms 13
Stories 3
Acres 40

Features.

  • Dining room
  • Entry Hall
  • Finished Basement
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry Room
  • Living room
  • Music Room
  • Circular driveway
  • Driveway - Paved
  • Patio
  • Pond
  • Restored exterior
  • Built-in Cabinets
  • Fireplaces
  • Grand staircase
  • Oil Heating
  • Water Heater - Electric
  • Steam Radiators
  • Wrap Around Porch
  • 5 acre pond
  • Limestone trout stream
  • Picnic pavillion
  • Waterfall

The Harpster Manor

This historic 28 room stone home is situated on 40 acres near Penn State University and includes a 5 acre pond and apprx. a mile of Spruce Creek, a world class limestone trout stream.
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The Harpster Manor
The Harpster Manor
A grand stone manor on 40 acres
5 acre pond
5 acre pond
Picnic Pavillion
Picnic Pavillion
World class limestone trout stream
World class limestone trout stream

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A piece of History

In 1834 John Lyon built this large limestone mansion near a good spring in the heart of Central Pennsylvania. Three generations of the Lyon's family lived here until 1910. For a period after that it was operated as a country club, a boarding house and later used for private parties and dances.

The 28 room mansion has gracious fireplaces of black marble, open stairways, huge bedrooms and baths. Flower gardens, shrubs and trees surround the property and a picnic pavillion now stands where the old grist mill once stood. Water from a 5 acre pond winds down the spillway and through the estate on its curving journey to the Juniata River at Spruce Creek Village. This is also the place former President Jimmy Carter has come to fool some trophy sized trout.

Archived in June, 2012

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