Step into the world of Colonial Pennsylvania! Built circa 1764 by John George Sieger, this stone home was originally part of a large estate of three hundred acres. John's son Samuel, the next owner, was a bugler in the Revolutionary War and a prosperous businessman. The property remained with the Sieger family until the turn of the 20th century. Today, this house is situated on .39 acre with off street parking, a brick smokehouse in the back yard, along with two other outbuildings. The stucco stone house retains original wide-plank flooring, molding & doors, 9 over 6 windows, and 4 fireplaces including a walk-in stone hearth. The 1st floor consists of a living & dining room, kitchen, den, laundry area & hallway. The 2nd floor consists of three large bedrooms & full bath. Full attic & basement, with an attached sun porch. 2,560 square feet! Oil heat baseboard system, wood pellet stove in the living room. Parkland School District & within walking distance to the Middle School.Sold as is!
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|7/2/2021 3:12:25 PM||New Value: Under Agreement|
|6/28/2021 7:12:24 PM||New Value: Available|
|6/28/2021 7:12:24 PM||New Value: $130,000|
|8/22/2020 9:12:00 AM||New Value: $165,000|