About This 1910 Mansion For Sale In Scranton Pennsylvania
Step through the magnificent wrought iron gates and horseshoe driveway that lead you to the historic Woolworth Mansion, it is sure to take your breath away. Designed by architect Lansing Holden in 1910, this was the home of the co-founder of the Woolworth Retail Empire, Charles Sumner Woolworth. The iconic property has undergone extensive renovations and has been completely restored.
The stately grand house consists of 8,000 SF and inspires relaxation and peaceful living with original architectural details. With natural light beaming through windows, soaring ceilings with original woodwork, an adjoining solarium and spacious study hall and dining room this residence doesn’t miss a thing. The house is filled with five marble fireplaces, gorgeous original wood floors and a full basement for extensive storage. Let’s not forget the whole house generator in case the lights go out. Speaking of lights, the chandeliers, similar to that of the Palace of Versailles put the finishing touches throughout each room.
The attached elevated courtyard is great for any venue and the additional 3000 SF carriage house could be used for a prep area or oversized garage space with living space above. Don’t miss out on this truly unique property. Whether you are seeking a luxury lifestyle in a great city or would like to share this property as a venue now is the time to be blown away. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT PROPERTY IS UNDER CONSTANT SURVEILLANCE!