- SQF 1,500
Perched on five acres, beside crystal clear Dingmans Creek in Northeastern Pennsylvania, the turn-of-the century Governor’s Retreat is a cozy and tranquil hideaway. Built in 1906 by Pennsylvania governor William Sproul, both the main house and the cottage proudly showcase the Arts & Crafts movement, their construction highlighted by Colonial mason techniques and local materials. Colonial style elements, including the architectural keystone above the windows and doors, meet the Arts & Crafts aesthetic.
The property has been featured in national consumer magazines.Country Living,Better Homes and Gardens,Good Housekeeping, andWood Beautiful. Hallmark Cards selected it as a location for their 2005 Christmas card line.
Inspired by the reception of these creative teams that produced the above projects, the property is also available as a location for print, television and film production.
1 Bathroom, 1 Bedroom, 1 Kitchen
Sleeping1 Fold-away bed, 1 Queen bed
Heating/CoolingAir conditioning, Central heating, Fireplace
EntertainmentBroadband Internet, TV (Satellite)
12:00 PM (noon)