c. 1890 – Blue Ridge Summit, PA – $649,900

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Added to OHD on 1/28/20   -   Last OHD Update: 10/5/20   -   4 Comments
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15046 Charmian Rd, Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17214

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  • $649,900
  • 9 Bed
  • 5 full, 2 half Bath
  • 7000 Sq Ft
  • 27.86 Ac.
Elegant and exquisite, the 7,000 S/F Georgian Revival style Charmian Manor, built in 1890, is ready for your ideas and personal touches to bring it back to its original glory. This extraordinary home is situated on a sprawling 27+ wooded acres and features two houses, and a stable building. The main house has three floors and hosts 9 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half bathrooms, kitchen and kitchenette, formal dining room, sun room, among many others. Seven fireplaces are located throughout. Exterior of the home has balconies, porches, and patio for entertaining or enjoying the views. Separate guest cottage has living space, bedroom, and bath and could be lived in during renovations at the main house. A rare opportunity and amazing project - must see to be truly appreciated!
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David Hooke, Keller Williams of Central PA
(717) 761-4300
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4 Comments on c. 1890 – Blue Ridge Summit, PA – $649,900

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  1. JRCJRC says: 145 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1929 Georgian
    Grand Rapids, MI

    The two decks on the upper left of the house don’t seen quite appropriate. That is where my eyes went.

  2. dunamovindunamovin says: 175 comments

    Agree, kind of awkward, maybe later additions?

  3. kmmoorekmmoore says: 418 comments
    Weatherford , TX

    Ummmm I think this place is amazing! I mean, look at all those light fixtures!! I wonder what is being displayed on the podium(?).

  4. ebluhmebluhm says: 47 comments

    We drove & walked through today. Not in bad shape though grounds are overgrown.
    Good: lovely views, especially from that little porch on the left-hand side. Roof doesn’t look bad. Sweet firepit by the big house! Nice big white Pennsylvania wood barn (boyfriend was worried about the barn structurally).
    Worrisome: 1 bad porch column. We couldn’t really see any structural problems except on the front porch. The gatehouse is nice, also slightly rough condition with some birds’/squirrels’ nests in the gatehouse rafters.

    Question: how do we research Pennsylvania records and prior ownership? County courthouse is closed in the pandemic. What’s the history of this house ca. 1890? Who built it? Is there a SDAT website we could review?

    Anyway, I was bullish on this one. Boyfriend was bearish. I liked it a lot more in person than from the on-line photos.


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