1882 Second Empire – Claysville, PA – $699,900

1274-national-pikeHistoric Landmark. 2nd Empire Victorian showstopper! Updated amenities, furnace, wiring, insulation, heating system, copper roof. Original woodwork and custom, cherry kitchen cabinetry in the 32′ kitchen. Sub Zero refrigerator and DaCor gas cook top. Master bath features a copper claw foot tub, antique brass shower surround, original light fixtures. Stained glass windows add a brilliant splash of color. Very rare opportunity to own a true regional gem. Sale includes detached carriage house with large (2) high-bay garage, 2 additional garage spaces, and 2BR-2BA apartment upstairs. There is currently no zoning in Donegal Township.0x0D0x0A0x0D0x0AArchitecture with a tale … Montgomery Mansion, Claysville, PA – Built 1879-80 by Robert Porter, owner of a local lumber yard. A gift for his fiance prior to their pending marriage. Unfortunately, she died before the wedding, so in the early 1900s, the house was sold to John Nelson Montgomery, Sr. His son, John Jr. married Grace Clarke in the early 1900s. Moving into the mansion with John’s parents after their wedding, Grace lived in the house until her death in the early 1970s.


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