1925 – Dalton, PA – $219,900

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Added to OHD on 1/12/18 - Last OHD Update: 1/12/18 - 12 Comments
118 S Turnpike Rd, Dalton, PA 18414
  • $219,900
  • 5 Beds 
  • 2 Baths 
  • 3015 SqFt 
  • 1 Acres 
Craftsmanship is the hallmark of this Colonial home situated on an acre of land. The large covered front porch warmly greets guests while offering privacy and shade year round. Center hall foyer provides access to the entire home without undue traffic through other rooms. Abundant charm and character can be found throughout; including custom built-ins, brick fireplace and more. The 3 Season Sunroom features a walkout to the spacious deck where you'll enjoy the beautifully landscaped private back yard. Plus; conveniently located just minutes to downtown Dalton. Let us open the door to your new home. Call to schedule your personal tour today!
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12 Comments on 1925 – Dalton, PA – $219,900

  1. Wow! Looks so comfortable. And the doll house is off the hook. How the heck do you get a pool table up to the attic?? Great place.




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    • Was in a grand house once with a pool table in the attic. When re-roofing the house, they opened the roof up and set it in with a crane. It had been there 50 years when I saw it.




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  2. I love this house! Personally, I would pull up the carpeting, and change out the paint & wallpapers, but that’s purely cosmetic, surface-y stuff. The house itself, I love! So many lovely things about it, incl. the various built-ins, the wide windowsills, the archways, the upstairs hall sitting area, spacious looking rooms, etc. Everything one might want, without going overboard.




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  3. Incredible!

    Just $219,900 for that amazing amazing amazing dollhouse!

    AND, a full-size house is included!




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  4. This house is the definition of swoon worthy. Truly lovely! I would like to know the history of the amazing doll house–what a labor of love!




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  5. This gorgeous place is in my “stomping grounds.” Though it may look unique to people not from this area, this is really quite typical of the housing here. There are new builds in the area, but the old and stunning ones remain and are usually extremely well kept. Usually the owners know full history of the home, property and surroundings. The intriguing dollhouse is also not unique. There was (perhaps still is) a local artisan who’d make such a house for use either as a dollhouse or a birdhouse. People often make them for themselves as well. Yes, the price is excellent; but it’s also not hard to find comparable very close by. Don’t get me wrong — I love it just as much as all of you do. 🙂




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  6. What a beautiful house and delightfully not over re-done/modernized. That kitchen is wonderful, so much space to work, a good working triangle, and in keeping with the vintage and architecture of the house. I loved the doll house, it seemed an almost perfect replica. Someone went to a lot of work on that! Would be nice if the owners would sell that with the house!




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  7. So sweet! Love the doll house and did anyone see the doll carriage too! What a great property!




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