About This 1895 Mansion In New Castle Pennsylvania
A superb example of Queen Ann architecture and the cornerstone of the North Hill Historic District. The Henderson Home was built in 1895 and lovingly maintained by the Meehan family for over a century. A grand historic home sure to impress with a 3 story pepperbox turret and conical roof on the east, a 2 story round bay on the west, brick cladding with decorative rough cut stone, tall chimneys with patterned masonry and a distinctive red tile roof. Stone columns frame a wrap around porch.
A double entrance opens to reveal a classic old world interior combining elegant features and attention to detail with spacious rooms, hardwood floors and exquisite millwork. The first floor reception hall opens to a living room, dining room, library and updated kitchen. The grand staircase is adorned by 4 distinct spindle designs and an 8 ft stained glass window. 4 bedrooms surround a second floor center hall. A private 3rd floor 2 bedroom suite is perfect for multi-generational living.