HOUSE OVERVIEW

 

 

 

 

FOR SALE  

Denney-Fuhrman Residence, 1998
Lincoln School House, 1867
Published: Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, May 13, 2001

This unique– sui generis –house is an 1867 One Room School House was  converted in 1962;  it was fully updated in 1998 with a 3000 square foot addition. It sits on two lots (3.7 acres)  and adjoins a 30 acre nature preserve.  

 

We expanded and renovated the 1867 Historic landmark one-room schoolhouse when we joined out two lives and households. We wanted to create a place which embodied a spirit of openness and generosity. We also felt a profound need to connect the inside to the outside…to the ground. Further, we felt the need to preserve the tradition of the original building.

Entry Images      Interior Images      Exterior Images

DESCRIPTIONS

Five essays: The first three will hopefully whet your interest and describe the house and property.

The fourth and fifth sections describe what the experience of living here offers –beyond four walls and a roof.

 

  1.   WHAT YOU GET
  2.   PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER ESSAY
  3.   FACTS AND FEATURES
  4.   WHAT IT’S LIKE
  5.   AN ARTIST DESIGNED HOUSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you know this house and would like to add to a COMMENTS section for publication, please send your thoughts by email to Contact: James Fuhrman 

 

If you have interest or questions about purchasing this property please contact at House Inquiries

 

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