, PA 17520
Dry goods merchant Daniel Wolfe had little use for fourteen acres of land near the store, so in 1812 he held a lottery for 79 building plots. They sold for $150.00 each and eventually gave rise to the village of East Petersburg. Farmer George Zahm bought one and in 1854 built a federal style brick home, a barn and a two seater out house. Only this home remains restored as a B&B in East Petersburg .
The setting for the B&B is rural, yet convenient to fine restaurants, antique shops, theaters, parks, movies, shopping malls, amish country tours and craft stores. The house features 5
with private baths and antiques throughout.
The back yard has a large patio with a gas grill for summertime enjoyment and a patio table w/chairs. Nice relaxing atmosphere amongst a variety of flowering plants.
1 double w/shared bath
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