|Contact name||Gary Gestson|
|Home area||4,597 sqft|
|Lot Area||1.7 acres|
Historic Beidleman House c.1850
This beautiful historic home was once the summer home of the 12th Lt. Governor of Pennsylvania, Edward E. Beidleman (1873 – 1929). A gorgeous blend of modern amenities and historic detailing, this spacious brick & stucco home features 5+ bedrooms & 3 bathrooms, stunning stain glass, vintage architectural detail, 1950’s tiled bathrooms, outstanding wood floors, custom woodwork, porches & gardens, all on a 1.7 acre private lot. With views of the Susquehanna River and the relaxing sounds of nearby Stony Creek Falls, this historic estate has not been on the market in 70 years. Originally a Pre-Civil War barn for the historic Gerry West House across Stony Creek and then converted to a dormitory for tannery workers, the Beidleman House is now a spacious private estate, perfect for entertaining and just minutes from the town Dauphin, with charming shops & restaurants.
By contributing a measure of “tender loving care”, the next stewards can join the handful of previous caretakers of this extraordinary estate, in honoring the spirit & soul of the 1850 landmark and enjoy the wonderful benefits of owning a unique piece of Pennsylvania history.
This is a home of rare and beautiful distinction, close to Harrisburg, Gettysburg & Philadelphia, yet a world away.
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Additional Buildings / Amenities
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