This beautiful sandstone home is on the National Register of Historic Places in the picturesque Village of Churchtown. Known as The Hon. Edward Davies House, who purchased this property in 1804. Edward Davies was elected to the State Legislature in 1834, and served in the Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth Congresses from 1839-1841. This home is an excellent example of early the Federal period of architecture in eastern Lancaster County. It features spacious formal rooms on the main floor, with bedrooms on the second and third floor. All bedrooms include an en suite bathroom. There are three gas fireplaces throughout the home with original mantels. There is tremendous flexibility with the floor plan for those looking for space to work from home. Come tour this exceptional historical property to see for yourself!
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