We invite you to stay in our Historic Pre Civil War 4 Bedroom, 2 bath Home

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  • House
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 10

Type: House

We invite you to stay in our Historic Pre Civil War 4 Bedroom, 2 bath Home

We invite you to stay in our Historic Civil War 4 Bedroom, 2 bath home, located with-in walking distance to Restaurants, Museums and everything else that Gettysburg has to offer. We have everything to make you feel right at home!

Our house has 4 Bedrooms with Queen Beds and in the living room is a Queen Pull out couch. It also has 2 Full baths, one upstairs and one downstairs. A full Kitchen and a laundry room with Washer and Dryer, Iron and Ironing Board. The Kitchen is fully stocked with Pots and Pans, Baking and cassarole dishes, plates, cups, bowls. glasses and utensils. We also supply linens and paper products.The property will be clean when ...Read more

About the owner

Sandee

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We invite you to stay in our Historic Pre Civil War 4 Bedroom, 2 bath Home
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

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Located in the historic downtown of Gettysburg, PA two blocks west of the square we are within walking distance of numerous restaurants and eateries, shops,and art galleries. It is an in-town location so if you are looking to take in the local shops and eateries then this is the place for you! Free parking is hard to come by in downtown Gettysburg. We offer 1 off street parking space for our guests and can provide parking for extra cars. Park your vehicle and then take the local trolley to get around Town!

The Gettysburg Retreat is a pre-Civil War 2 story Gable front house. Built in 1853 it was originally owned by William Steinhour. Steinhour owned the house until 1859, then sold to Henry and Mary Zeigler in 1860, then repurchased by William Steinhour in 1864. It was later bought in 1868 by William Z. Little and then sold in 1872 to James Caldwell. The house was later passed down to Little's heir in 1873.

One thing interesting about the house, is in the first 2 blocks of West Middle Street. You will find several Civil War houses towards downtown Gettysburg, but as you reach The Gettysburg Retreat, the house beside it was the last house in town until you get to Seminary Ridge during the Civil War.

The land Gettysburg was founded on was originally owned by William Penn. Penn would later sell the land to town founder James Getty. The Gettysburg Retreat was the 127th lot of land allocated to Getty in the exchange.

More About This Location

City vacations, Rural retreats

Getting There

Nearest train station: Amtrak, 38.3 miles
Nearest airport: Harrisburg, Pa, 46.9 miles
Car is recommended

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