Here is your chance to own a piece of York County history. Located in York city stands this historic Dempwolf designed 3-story brick home featuring 10 bed 3.5 bath mansion (Formerly known as The Gamble Mansion) To the late William Gamble (Presbyterian minister) and daughter Anna Dill Gamble (recognized internationally for her activism in organizations concerning world peace, author, women’s suffrage and Catholicism. The Gambles built their impressive house on the southwest corner of Duke and Cottage in 1883. Two original architectural drawings for the house by the Dempwolf firm are available to view. The characteristics this home displays from the 1800’s are infused with a touch of modern charm. The kitchen, bathrooms, heating and AC were all upgraded to meet today's level of comfort. The details of the hand carved wooden banister flowing towards the upper levels of the home is breath-taking. Not to mention the home is surrounded by a huge brick garden wall that will wow any brick layer in this era. This property is now being used as a personal care facility. Schedule your private tour today!
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