"You truly feel transported
to another time
in history when you walk into his breathtaking
Located in charming Millersburg, Pennsylvania, approximately 25 miles north from Harrisburg, PA, this magnificent Victorian stlye house was built in 1860, for Doctor Ulrich, a family physician and surgeon, who kept his office in the parlor. The Victorian house remained in this family until the 1940s, and was subsequently occupied by five different doctors; the last doctor who owned it, was drafted into service during World War II.
The property was reclaimed by its present owners in 1980, Clifford and Betty Miller. The Miller’s undertook a complete restoration of the house in the 1990s. All woodwork throughout the entire home was restored to its original condition. New wiring, plumbing, and insulation were replaced throughout the entire house. A modern day 4-zone heating system, central vacuum, and intercom system were installed. Betty and Clifford’s goal was to add some modern conveniences, while preserving the character and historic value of this property.
This magnificent Victorian house has a beautiful front porch, two turrets above the slate roof, five entry doors, and too many other beautiful details to describe in a few lines.
You truly feel transported to another time in history when you walk into this breathtaking 3,632 square feet home. Its stained glass window and transoms, beautiful oak woodwork, raised inlay ceiling in the entrance hall, and hardwood floors, welcome as you as walk in the stately front door.
Wonderful view from front door of the period staircase
with stained glass window.
The butler’s pantry, pocket doors, and built-in china closets
into the dining room.
Restored Pocket Doors
Built-in China Closet
Entrance to Living Room
One of the stained glass windows in the Living Room.
Stair-case overlooking Dining Room.
Stained glass window at stair-case.
Stair-case from upstairs.
Stair-case from upstairs.
Fireplace in entrance hall.
This Victorian house has 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Furthermore,
it has a balcony out back that is accessible from one of the bedrooms.
The Victorian house is located in a residential area and the property sits on a 0.23 acre lot. It has a huge unfinished attic, that could easily be finished. It also has a detached five bay garage with a two bedroom apartment above the garage; the driveway is finished with pavers. A pleasant surprise awaits you in every corner of this gorgeous home!
For more information about this home, contact either Marcela Mortensen or Kris Gunderman.