Historical Homes with Modern Features
This historic home at Wagontown, PA actually combines THREE different structures, all with quite a lot of history: a stone house from the 1800s, a relocated 1730 log cabin from Lancaster, and a German clapboard “hyphen” house. The property features a lot of the original historical fixtures while adding modern-day amenities to the mix. Once you enter the cabin, you will find the living areas with their original hardwood flooring accented by posts and beams. It features a wide kitchen with modernized storage options, a wooden counter top, a farm sink, an island, and a breakfast area that gives you a wonderful view of the surroundings. The second floor has two bedrooms with hardwood flooring, a stone wall, a spacious loft with vaulted ceilings, a full bath with shower and two vanity sinks. The hyphen home has hardwood floors, a dining room, and a French door access to the brick patio outside. The stone house is where the family room is, complete with the original walk-in stone hearth, wood-burning stove, and exposed beams. Going up the staircase from the family room, you will find the master suite. It features hardwood floors, another fireplace with a brick hearth, and a large bath with vanity sinks and a shower. The exterior part of the home has three additional buildings which houses an additional storage area, a garden shed, and a garage outfitted with electric and heating equipment. Take a look at these photos and tell us what you think on our Facebook Page!
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