After this house had been completely abandoned, it came back to life
This house from 1887 in Pennsylvania had been pretty much written off. Without any upkeep, the appearance of the estate got worse and worse. In its neglected and dilapidated condition, it felt more like the perfect venue for a horror film.
Until one day someone recognized its potential and restored it to its former glory. The so-called Queen Anne style estate was restored with impeccable attention to detail, keeping even the warm olive green and terracotta colored exterior paint. Today the house is almost unrecognizable.
The interior was also lovingly restored. The craftsmen tried to be as true to the original as possible and used as many authentic elements as they could.
The floors have been laid out with five different types of wood. Particular credit is due for the gorgeous window treatments.
Every single room offers an abundance of details. One really has a sense of a luxurious past that has come back to life.
Each room also displays its character with a unique color palate, such as this romantically rustic bedroom.
This bathroom tells its own story. Of course are the fittings have all been upgraded, but it retains its historic charm.
The kitchen invites you to cook collaboratively or at a minimum to linger around while meals are prepared.
Here's a beautiful spot to cozy up with a good book.
Even the guest bath is a true princess dream.
On the upper floor there are five bedrooms, each with its own charm. A special bonus: this attic hideout, ideal for working comfortably on a rainy day.
Check out this fantastic hobby room. One could spend hours in here.
Wow! This house is a real palace. Who wouldn't want to spend their life in such an estate? It's like time-travelling into the past with all of the modern conveniences.