1906 Colonial Revival – Annville, PA – $498,000

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Added to OHD on 8/23/19   -   Last OHD Update: 10/16/19   -   3 Comments

444 E Main St, Annville, PA 17003

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  • $498,000
  • 5 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 4688 Sq Ft
  • 0.54 Ac.
All brick 4,688 sqft Georgian mansion with stunning architecture from the arched stained-glass windows, decorative period radiators & lighting, woodwork, 4 sets of double pocket doors, stained-glass vestibule leading to the grand staircase to all 3 levels. 1st floor Library has built-in custom period glass bookcases, 4 fireplaces- (2 fireplaces are in two of the second-floor bedrooms & 2 fireplaces on the first floor), 19x16 dinning room with built-ins and butler pantry off to the side. The 3rd floor has a mirrored wall great for gym or dance studio. The other side of 3rd floor could be a craft/gift wrapping room or walled off for a 6th bedroom-so many possibilities. All art work/history ~on the walls~ are passed on to the new home owner. 5 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, large unique detached carport, two fishponds with waterfall & garden art, fenced private back yard. Front, side and back covered porches. Natural gas heat and C/A. 6 parking spaces in front 4 spaces in rear. Check with Greg Hetrick Zoning officer 717-228-4444 for your in-home business possibilities. This home is in the Historic District Overlay.
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Michael Suter, RE/MAX Pinnacle
(717) 533-1150
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3 Comments on 1906 Colonial Revival – Annville, PA – $498,000

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  1. DJZDJZ says: 198 comments
    1947 cape cod
    Glen Burnie, MD

    Ohhh, this house is gorgeous! There wouldn’t be much I would change. Id want to restore the painted trim to the stained finish in the bedrooms, refinish the floors on the third floor and possibly rework the kitchen, as I like the layout as they have keep part of the butlers pantry and some of the other original cabinets to incorporate into the modern kitchen now, and redo the bathroom to something more period in style. Other than those updates, there’s really nothing much I would touch. That library/study room is fantastic! That would be perfect for my Victorian glass collection, which would be perfect for this house period.

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  2. AvidReaderAvidReader says: 58 comments
    NeoVictorian Acworth, GA

    I’m not sure how they did this in PA, but in the South it was not unusual that upstairs rooms which were not seen by people outside the family had painted trim–or even had unpainted walls and trim, while beautiful stained woodwork was only in the more public spaces on the first floor. I do love the built-in cabinetry and the woodwork downstairs!

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  3. MandyMandy says: 38 comments
    Edmonds, WA

    Absolutely love the library and the original? cabinets in the kitchen.

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