Unique Stone Manor on Bethlehem's historic district on the north side, filled with historic detail and architecture not found in today's new homes. This 1920s-era home is filled with architectural details, Moravian tile, and woodwork preserved throughout, maintaining its original charm. Two unique round-top solid oak entrance doors grace home's entryways. Balcony off spare bedroom allows for private viewing of fireworks during Independence Day and Musikfest. Beautiful formal gardens, attached garage and parking space for six to eight cars, a rare find in the city. Three fireplaces, with one in the master bedroom, has all the charm of the Arts & Crafts era. Automatic exterior lighting and lampposts illuminate the landscape at night. A one-bedroom apartment on the bottom level, with its own separate entrance, can be rented, used for guest visits, or for an au pair. Easy walk to downtown for all the quaint shops and restaurants, as well as private and public schools.
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