Breathtaking~in beauty, historical significance, architectural detail, setting, function, and possibilities. This circa 1770 high-style brick Georgian manor house sits on 25 acres with a Pennsylvania ventilated brick-end bank barn featuring a 2-bedroom, 1-bath apartment in the lower level. With its carefully integrated modern additions incorporating a federal-era smokehouse and stone kitchen wing, the home retains a high degree of historical integrity in materials, workmanship, and design. Inside the home, you will find many delightful surviving 18th and early 19th century details made eminently practical by double-pane windows throughout, 6 working fireplaces converted to gas, a large modern kitchen with high-end appliances, modern central heating and air conditioning, an elevator, and 3 and 1/2 baths. The lovingly-maintained property, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, also includes a detached brick 2-car garage with a workshop, heated 4-high-bay machine building for necessary equipment, a working spring house re-constructed in stone on its original foundation, 2 restored ponds, and a gated brick privacy wall connecting the house and barn. The extensive grounds offer both privacy and beautiful pastoral and forested views and approximately a half mile of frontage along Israel Creek.
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