This Neoclassical or Classic Revival home is a grand example of a full height entry porch with lower full width porch which is quite uncommon in a neoclassical design of this time. The Butler’s pantry is the one of the highlights with turquoise cabinetry and glass!
Prestigious Historical Home in Mckean County. Experience the Essence of Another Era! Walk through the enormous red front door of this beautiful iconic and historic home featured in Bradford’s 2019 Landmark Legends Architectural Tour. Continuously resided in, lovingly cared for, and preserved since its construction in 1904 by noted area architect E.N. Unruh. Documented historical provenance linked to the wealth and luxury of Bradford’s oil excitement. Complete decorative and structural renovations completed in the late 1980s. Beautiful silk wall coverings, Italian Murano glass and tole sconces and chandeliers. Beauty and comfort in wonderful combination. Exceptional craftsmanship throughout and original woodwork in exceptional condition. Grand foyer and staircase boasts of this homes character and quality of yesteryear. Pocket door opens to the formal living room with gas marble fireplace. Formal dining room has a gas fireplace, custom-built china cabinet and solid wood wainscoting. Library/den offers built in bookcases and corner fireplace. Spacious kitchen with parquet flooring, center island, glass and wood cabinets, pantry with desk area. Butlers pantry has a wet bar and leaded glass cabinetry. First floor laundry in the sun room. Also, a full bath on this floor. The 2nd floor offers a master bedroom, master bath and a dressing room. Room adjacent to master bedroom can be used as bedroom or den, depending on your needs. Three additional bedrooms and a 3/4 bath.era.com
Address: 139 Jackson Avenue Bradford, PA 16701
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