Come see this truly one-of-a-kind Federal home along the Yellow Breeches Creek with modernized 1734 cottage on the property! The big house was built in stages between 1764 and 1827. The property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and copious documentation of the home's historic provenance will be available for the buyer's perusal. It was outfitted as a Bed and Breakfast in 1978 with five and a half bathrooms. Currently operating as the Stone Manse Inn (Est. 2011), with commercial zoning the buyer will be able to continue operating it as a B&B, or convert it into a tavern, restaurant, professional offices, or other commercial use. Owners are semi-retired, but full time innkeeping provides the opportunity for profit. Currently on the books as "single family home with accessory bed and breakfast, " this property can be used as a single-family home. The big house features hardwood floors throughout, seven bedrooms (five of which are currently used as guest rooms), five and a half baths, and two fireplaces - one with a natural gas insert. There are two furnaces in the big house, both of which were replaced with natural gas units in 2012 and serviced regularly. The hot water heater was also replaced with an efficient natural gas unit. The entire roof has been replaced in two stages. The two story cottage includes a living area, bedroom, full bath, and working brick fireplace. The 2.5 acre lot is wooded and the property is within a few minutes' drive of I-83, I-76, I-81, and US-15. The Yellow Breeches Creek flows behind the back yard (property has creek access), and the current owners have an elevation certificate exempting them from flood insurance requirements. You can't put a price on priceless; this is your chance to own a piece of Pennsylvania history!