Most people wouldn’t have given the house on 505 Linden Avenue in York, Pa., a second glance. It was falling apart, ugly and uninhabitable. In this state, many would probably believe that the owners of it should simply tear the home down.
But, that was before someone dared to look beyond the years of neglect and see the hidden beauty beneath. Now, after a lot of love, work, and restoration, the home is a shining example of the hidden beauty in this world.
The home is a five-bedroom, three-bath Queen Anne style home. These types of houses are famous for their huge porches and intricate details.
Naturally, the restorers of this beautiful home kept with the traditional design and color schemes you would expect to see during that time. They also painstakingly restored the interior of the home, salvaging as much as they could from the original home.
They even spent time decorating the home with period pieces and décor that tie in with the overall design of the home perfectly. They even made sure to recreate the beautiful stained glass windows you can see in this picture.
Every minute detail found its way back into this home after years of neglect. The new design allows the home to once again stand tall and beautiful as it did in its prime.
This would make the perfect home for any family because of the cozy fireplaces, beautiful surfaces and every comfort you could imagine.
The restorers even finished and restored the attic, creating a space perfect for just about any activity. Along with the classic charm of the home, there are also several modern amenities the homeowner can enjoy. For example, the kitchen has all the modern appliances that will keep any cook happy.
If you love this home as much as we do, you will be happy to know that it is currently on the market. You can find more about the sale of the home from Old House Dreams.