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c. 1900 Tudor Revival
Victorian Era Mansion With Carriage House
|Heated Sq. Ft.||5,569|
- Dining room
- Living room
- Master bedroom upstairs
- Guest House
- 2nd Staircase
- Built-in Bookcases
- Grand staircase
- High Ceilings
- Natural gas fireplace
- Walk-In Closets
- Wood floors
- Slate Roof
- Central air
- City sewer
- City water supply
- Water Heater - Electric
- Cast Iron Radiators
- Claw-foot Tub(s)
- Servant's Staircase
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The East facade's original wooden porch was replaced at some point in the past with the current arcaded porch.
The driveway to the right side of the residence leads to a circular drive graced by a giant shade tree. The carriage house offers an apartment with living room, kitchen, dining room,bedroom and bath upstairs and a sitting room on the first floor.
Behind the carriage house is a large, private garden.
The main door of the residence opens on to a stunning foyer, featuring a grand staircase, fireplace,coffered ceiling and parquet floor. Other rooms on this level include a large L-shaped living room with fireplace and coffered ceiling, dining room with faux fireplace, powder room, arboretum leading to a private back deck,kitchen, and butler's pantry.
The second floor offers 2 bedrooms each with private baths, a large master bedroom with walk-in closet, window seats, and fireplace. The master bedroom shares a bathroom with a large adjacent room which could be a 4th bedroom on this floor or home office/sitting room.
The servant's staircase from the kitchen leads to the third floor which has one full bath and two possible bedrooms one of which has a second adjoining room.
Minutes from downtown Lancaster's thriving artistic and cultural activities, this is the perfect residence for those who desire a one-of-a-kind home that captures Old World style. Timeless.
Some information on local attractions:
If you appreciate The Arts and fine dining this is the perfect location within minutes of the Lancaster Symphony Orghestra www.lancastersymphony.org/, Fulton Opera www.thefulton.org/, The Lancaster Museum of Art www.Lancastermuseumart.com, and the Lancaster Literary Guild,www.litguild.org/.
Lancaster City boasts a thriving arts community including the Hole in the Wall Puppet Theatre and Museum -- www.lancasterarts.com .
Best known as 'Amish Country' the county has fine dining www.padutch.com/fine-dining.shtml,
antiquing,http://www.800padutch.com/antiques.shtmland theatre http://www.padutch.com/mem-theatre.shtml.
Many lectures at nearby Franklin and Marshall College are open to the public as well as theatre, dance, music and film events (http://tdf.fandm.edu/boxoffice/index.html).
Visit to the Central Market on Penn Square for farm fresh foodhttp://www.800padutch.com/mem-mkt.shtml.
Enjoy the county's wonderful parks http://www.padutch.com/z/lancastercountyparks.htm.
Visit the local wineries http://www.padutch.com/mem-wine.shtml.
Take the time to
visit local historical sites http://www.800padutch.com/historicalsites.shtml.
Plan a day trip to Valley Forge or Gettysburg.
For those who love the things even larger cities offer--Lancaster is centrally located. NY, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Baltimore,Willington, and Harrisburg are all within easy reach.
Archived in December, 2012
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