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West Middletown, PA


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Overview

Spacious, yet quaint, 1846, restored historic home. Highlighting original plank flooring, exposed brick walls, working fireplace, fenced yard. This is a property that will take you back in time. Please notice that we have done a restoration to this house, not a modernization. Everything done to the house had the intention of maintaining as much of the original integrity as possible. Please read the description carefully to realize what limitations this type of restoration does have. Located at the new entrance to Cross Creek Park with playground, fishing pier, boat launch, and pavilions. Located in Historic West Middletown, a long home of William McKeever whose sons had ties to John Brown and the Underground Railroad. The house itself is believed to be originally owned by Dr. Archibald Campbell whose family founded the Christian Church and Bethany College. Local attractions include Cross Creek Park with 300+ acre lake for fishing and nearby hunting, and the Meadowcroft Museum of Rural Life and Rock Shelter. Within 45 minutes to downtown Pittsburgh and Downtown Wheeling, WV. Public Golf Courses within 8 miles. 17 Miles to Pepsi Cola Road House and First Niagra Pavillion. I recommend you check the address with your travel plans. 76 East Main Street West Middletown, PA 15379.


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Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 6
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