A beautiful historic farmhouse set on a 2.31-acre lot with five bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms is available for sale in Ambler.
The Moses Lukens House was constructed in 1815 and the original interior plan has remained historically intact throughout the years. This includes the grand center hall entrance with two interconnecting spacious rooms on either side.
The home abounds with original details, such as front and rear doors and includes the locks and brass knobs, staircase, chair rails, and window moldings.
There is also a mural in the center hall that was painted for the wealthy Lukens family by an itinerant artist that can be restored or left as is for history buffs.
The home even has seven fireplaces, including the King of Prussia marble fireplace surround in the large drawing room and a kitchen walk-in fireplace.
The property also features a stunning two-story stone Pennsylvania bank barn and a carriage home just across from the main house.
As a bonus, the home is convenient for PA Turnpike, SEPTA trains, and downtown Ambler.
Read and see more of this house at 1425 E Welsh Road in Ambler, listed for $1,190,000, on Realtor.com here.
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