For several years, house number 505 on Linden Avenue in York, Pennsylvania was – to put it mildly – uninhabitable. And that’s quite a shame; even in its rundown state, you can see just how beautiful the property once was.
Clearly, the home – which was built in 1887 – hadn’t seen love in quite some time. Luckily, someone was willing to give it some polish. And oh, did they ever.
If you think that’s cool, wait till you take a look inside. The renovated home maintains its Queen Anne-style intricacy, with detailed brick work, handcrafted trim and elaborate decoration.
Seriously, how awesome is that? Stepping inside the home is like climbing into a time capsule.
And then there’s the kitchen. Just take a look at that stove. You don’t see too many like that nowadays, do you?
Don’t worry, modern amenities do fit quite nicely into the home as well.
The upstairs of the home is fit for a King, Queen and all their loyal subjects (kids); the house sports five bedrooms, including a luxurious master.
The bad news? Although the house is up for sale, it does cost a pretty penny. The good news? It’s currently a licensed bed-and-breakfast. Just imagine – you could spend a night in this beautiful house! Don’t forget to bring your journal; the house has what just might be the best study spot ever.