The tax is collected as a payroll tax. If you work for more than one employer, it is your responsibility to show your pay stub to the other employers, so that they do not withhold the tax a second time. If you have had the tax withheld more than once, you will need to file a refund request with Berkheimer Associates at This tax is collected from all venues and includes non-profit entities as well as night clubs that charge a cover charge for entry. All questions on the Admissions Tax should be directed to the City of Easton's revenue agents at Click here to view our Tax Rate for Devices Schedule.
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Click here to view the online listing. Charming Forge Rd. Arguably the finest "country" house in the early days of our nation, the Charming Forge Mansion features "Philadelphia" quality woodwork in every room. The early wing is nearly intact from the colonial days when "Baron" Stiegel of Manheim, the original iron master, found the setting "charming". It remains so with the surroundings along the Tulpehocken Creek protected by a local land trust.
A museum quality restoration began in , modern amenities were installed with remarkable care and sensitivity. Outbuildings received the same careful attention: a carriage barn large enough for four cars, a privy housing a generator, a summer kitchen, bake oven and an ancillary stone dwelling. In the early 19th century, the Union Canal was built in front of the property. The towpath and canal bed remain along with the stone arch tunnel and a lock further downstream. Click here to view the online property listing. The home is beautifully sited down a long tree lined drive and is surrounded by mature trees, and offers a vegetable garden and great vistas.
There is a country kitchen, and an absolutely charming summer kitchen with walk-in fireplace with wood stove. The remains of the original smoke house are attached to the home. A large sunroom with a wall of glass, vaulted ceiling, skylights and flagstone floor is conveniently located next to the kitchen. A sizeable kitchen with oak cabinetry, 1st floor bedrooms and full bath complete this level. A new septic system is being installed and there are many other recent improvements. Please do not access the property via E. Peace Valley Road. Learn more by checking out the online listing.
Scenic Western Pennsylvania. Beautiful brick architecture located in Johnstown, PA. Historic former Cambria County Transit Authority CamTran municipal bus lines administration, operations and maintenance facilities consisting of two buildings. Recently renovated administrative office area. There are high ceilings throughout both buildings. The total area consists of 1. The two structures consist of a total of 55, sq. This recent expansion of zoning allows for a wider range of uses, specifically for retail purposes. The property has been determined eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places under the provision of the National Historic Preservation Act of The sale of the property is price negotiable.
Additional information and pictures available upon request. Click here. No listings at this time. The two-story jail has 72 rooms and 27 cells including a basement dungeon where prisoners were kept in solitary confinement. The site plays up the possible haunting by the executed inmates and most unsettlingly a mysterious handprint stained on the wall of the cells.
The jail was built in , designed by architect Edward Haviland, who was the son of architect John Haviland, who designed the innovative for its time Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, a National Historic Landmark. Original doorbell, locks, peep hole and hardware. History: Occupied as Carbon County Prison from to Purchased privately in and operated as a tourist attraction May to present.
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Information deemed accurate but not warranted. Click here for online listing at Old Jail website. Click here for sale brochure pdf. Contact: Thomas E. Current Owners have already rebuilt the rear of the bank barn with Amish craftsman who employed traditional mortise and tenon joinery.
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To the left of the barn you'll see the original home ready to be brought back to life. View the online property listing at James A. Cochrane, Inc. Market St. This Federal style stone building has been updated with modern conveniences while maintaining an authentic period feel. Includes an owner's apartment with 2nd full kitchen, living room, bedroom and full bath.
It has had many previous lives, once a tavern, a railroad station and likely a safe haven in the Underground Railroad in the early to mid 19th century. The Village District zoning permits other commercial uses. Bring your ideas.
Two detached garages offer space for storage and parking for 3 cars. Close to attractions, downtown Harrisburg and the PA Turnpike. Sold turn-key with many furnishings included. Click here to view online listing. An outstanding stone farmhouse built in on A major addition was added in , bringing sq ft to Unique property! Click here to view the realtor's listing. Tuesday, September 24, 3pm 1. More information is available at the real estate auction listing. Big Pond Furnace was first built in After a period of inactivity in the late s due to economic depression linked to the Panic of , it was purchased by the Ahl family in A devastating fire began in the new hot charcoal stacked in front of the charcoal house.
This fire destroyed much of the iron works except the stone stack and the attached casting house. This iron operation was never rebuilt. The stack was neglected, and in one side collapsed. In the past year, cracks in the casting arch side of the stack facing the road , and in the blowing arch to the right side, have notably widened — the entire masonry structure must now be considered at risk of sudden collapse. This furnace stack still shows original features including a tuyere nose stone and the unused but intact firebrick lining, hence it is of particular interest from an industrial archaeology perspective.
Also, the head race can be easily followed through the State Forest a quarter-mile to its origin at a nearby creek. Big Pond illustrates what happens to masonry structures if neglected — a contrast to the happier story at Pine Grove Furnace, only 5 miles across the mountain. In the s a typical CCC camp was located near the furnace ruins. There was a lake behind a long dam now breeched directly across from the furnace.
In recent years a large log house was built where the CCC barracks once were. Bucks Tavern, Pennsylvania At Risk. Turnkey Main Street business opportunity -- building dates from and includes two street level store fronts. Loft area in the hardware store, receiving garage, outside fenced area, and three off-street private parking spaces. Includes next door "Barber Shop" that is currently leased. The above two stories feature five apartments with four current leases and an owners suite which is presently occupied.
Utilities are separate with exception to the water services and there is central air in some areas of the property. The property lot characteristics are approximately 42' x ' irregular square feet, 6, square feet and 5, interior square feet. Conveniently located close to public transportation hub and has tremendous amount of foot traffic as well as drive-by traffic.
Click here for online listing and more information and photographs. The rooms have been beautifully decorated with period style. Special historic features include stained glass, and five decorative fireplaces include original tile trim. Turnkey bed and breakfast has been in existence since Check out the website: kellygreenbb. Click to view listing and more photos. Main St. Merges modern amenities with historic character, including jetted tubs, granite kitchen counters, original woodwork, gleaming hardwood floors and stunning leaded glass windows and doors.
Stay cool this summer with new central air. The deep half acre lot includes a detached two car garage, new storage shed and ample off street parking.
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See online listing here. Plentiful off-street parking is available. Nicely landscaped grounds enhance the curb appeal of this circa home.
This stone colonial circa home has been lovingly maintained and features 5 fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, spacious guest rooms and a first floor owners quarters. Cook up a feast for your guests in the large kitchen. Economical gas heat and hot water. Large carriage house includes a one car garage and space for your hobbies. Sale includes furnishings and ongoing business. Located in the rural farming community of New Holland, close to all that Lancaster County offers visitors. This property has a large carriage house that is perfect for a workshop, craft area or potential gathering space for guests.
The current innkeepers enjoy preparing breakfasts in the large kitchen. Click here for online listing. Lisa Naples, Berkshire Hathaway office cell. The mill is gone now, but in the s when his partnership with DeHuff was formed, it had a crucial impact on the development of Columbia's now Historic District. John Bachman owned the planing mill that manufactured all the wooden components of a house while George DeHuff possessed excellent drafting skills.
Together they made a formidable pair. They interpreted the plans of such noted architects as Issac Hobbs and Sons and Samual Sloan from Godey's Ladies Book fame in addition to formulating their own designs. Bachman changed partners in the s merging with John C Forry.
That partnership resulted in another string of notable homes and commercial buildings. The home was build in two sections. The first in , which is why the side door looks like a front door. The second section was added in , which opened onto the newly created Second Street. The carriage mounting block still stands in the front of the home.
The home also had a carriage house but it was destroyed by fire in the 's. A partial wall of the carriage house remains.
The home's structure is an interesting mix of Queen Anne and Italianate styles. Features include a square tower with a small stained glass window, massive double oak doors with recessed panels, beautifully turned balusters and spindle trim combined with a pierced star design beneath the cornice.
The house walls are multiple courses of thick brick of salmon hue and an unusual design. Brick walls topped with wrought iron fencing surround the side garden and yard which is overlooked by a second floor balcony. There is also a rear brick patio and small rear yard. Another feature that was all the rage among well-to-do Victorians in the early 's is a three story outhouse, which is still visible from the rear of the home. Inside, the home is a beautiful example of Victorian architecture with high ceilings, highly detailed woodwork, art plaster ceilings and beautiful hand woven carpeting.
The decor is accentuated by period brass lighting fixtures, period wall coverings and paint colors. The entrance vestibule contains lovely molded and finished Lincrusta and hand-painted walls.