Great price for this property! The Gingerbread House was built in 1843. It is located on 66 acres in Columbus, Pennsylvania. This home was built by a cabinet maker. Love the gingerbread trim! This Rural Carpenter Gothic home was a stagecoach stop back in the 19th century. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,424 square feet. $199,900 New price: $179,900
Contact Ben Sutton with ERA Team VP Real Estate: 814-688-6229
From the Zillow listing:
Known locally as the gingerbread house for its distinctive trim, this former cabinet-maker’s house rests on a 66 acre farm. Built in Rural Carpenter Gothic, high style in the mid 1800s, this historic home is believed to have been a stagecoach stop in the 19th century. The home is a gem inside with a cozy fireplace, lots of wood flooring and a kitchen as nice as you’d expect from a previous owner who installed them professionally. Note that it will need some upkeep now, and think twice before exploring the outbuildings, most of which have been disused for several years.
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