Vintage Townhouse in the Historic District
Northampton County, PA

- Dates back to 1832
- Located in Historic District
- Recently renovated top to bottom
- 4 BR, 3 Baths
- Hardwood floors throughout
- 2nd floor views of Easton Bridge
- High ceilings
- New plumbing, heating, electrical
- Formal Dining Room w/balcony
- Large main floor Family Room
- Antique lighting, stained glass windows
- Large Master bedroom w/bath
- Earned Historic Preservation Award from
    the Easton Heritage Alliance

Sited in the historic district with 2nd floor views of the Easton steel truss Bridge, this 1832 Federal style townhouse graces the street with eyebrow window arches on all 3 stories. The current owners brought this home back to its original condition, earning the Historic Preservation Award from the Easton Heritage Alliance.

Stained glass windows, antique lighting, restored wood floors, paneled doors, renewed cornice details and wrought iron railings are just some of the improvements that make this house shine, not to mention the original front balcony that walks out from a hinged lower window frame in the dining room.

New plumbing, heating and electric components complete the necessary renovations. Generous high ceilings on all three floors make this townhouse stand out above its neighbors.

An early addition to the rear of the house adds interest to the living area, creating an ambiance of gracious sophistication, enhanced by French doors and lots of light. Heirloom roses surround a rear patio. Walk to your choice of upscale restaurants and every convenience.



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