For Sale

Centre County

Earlystown Manor Bed & Breakfast

2024 Earlystown Rd. Centre Hall, PA 16828

Total Square Footage: 4,825 SF
Sale Price: $1,145,000
Land/Lot Size: 10.46 Acres
Year Built: 1993

Property Highlights

Property Information

A top rated bed & breakfast located near State College.
FF&E is Available for additional purchase.

The Earlystown Manor is a beautiful brick two-story, estate-style bed and breakfast located in the town of Earlystown, PA. Known for Penn State College, and the Nittany Lions roaring at Beaver Stadium. The manor was built in 1993 on 10.46 private acres with breathtaking views of both Mount Nittany and Tussey Mountain as well as the beautiful surrounding countryside. The Manor has beautifully maintained landscapes, complemented by stunning flower gardens, attractive patios, surrounding orchards and an enormous fruit and vegetable garden. It has a total of 8 bedrooms, 8 1/2 baths, formal living and dining rooms, spacious eat-in kitchen, family room with entrance to patio, office, a sitting area and laundry. Unfinished lower level provides plenty of extra storage. The Carriage House has a full apartment with a separate bedroom suite. There is ample garage space with a 3-car garage in the Main House and a 2-car garage in the Carriage House.
Earlystown Manor is a solid bed and breakfast business. The Manor is highly rated by travelers (Google certificate of Excellence) for delivering an outstanding experience. Maintenance is thoroughly up to date, with improvements. It plays host to dozens of weddings and special events showcasing the unique natural beauty Central Pennsylvania’s surrounding countryside has to offer. State College with its abundant attractions, is a strong, established destination a short drive away. New owners are sure to prosper at this fine Pennsylvania bed and breakfast, or a great investment for the Penn State football fans to have a permanent private slice of heaven to stay at while attending the games.


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