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Perched on five acres, beside crystal clear Dingmans Creek, the turn-of-the century 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.
End of file consists of a barn that is 5 mins. down the road that may be used
Stone exterior, fireplace, pond, woodlands, wood ceilings, wood beamed ceilng, chandelier, outside eating area, studio, shed, tennis court
All floors must be protected, booties must be worn over shoes
Areas of use determined in advance