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Harford Hall, William Penn's Pennsylvania

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Harford Hall is one of the original Pennsylvania homes whose construction dates from around 1698 under William Penn. The three story bank house is constructed entirely of stone, wood beams and cedar shingles. The oldest wing has preserved its original fireplace. The two successive houses, c 1720 and c 1760 each have fireplaces, and wainscoting. Harford Hall is furnished in period pieces and is decorated by original art works from various periods.

Category and style

House

Americana/Anywhere America, Colonial, Georgian/Southern

Parking

Truck / motorhome on site parking: On property

Available parking lot or parking structure nearby

Location details

Bedrooms:
4
Bathrooms:
3
Property size (sq ft):
3500 sq ft
Lot size:
14000 sq ft
Main floor number:
4

Location Rules

No adult filming
No smoking
No alcohol
No loud noises

Amenities

Hair/Makeup area
Wifi

Features

Modern Bathroom
Conventional Ceiling
Exposed Beams
Wood Doors
Backyard
Columns
Front yard
Fireplace With Mantle
Rustic Fireplace
Stone Fireplace
Dark Wood Floor
English Garden
Japanese Garden
Overgrown Garden
Attic
Bookcase
Country Kitchen
Kitchen Island
Open Kitchen
Wood Kitchen Cabinets
Wood Kitchen Countertop
Front Porch
Stone Walls
White Walls
Whitewashed Walls
Wood-Paneled Walls
Fountain
Sash/Up And Down/Hung Windows

Crew access

Stairs
Location
Exact location provided after booking