Brooke Mansion Victorian Inn

The Brooke Mansion Circa 1888 The Brooke Mansion was built in 1888 by Edward Brooke II as a wedding present for his bride, Ann Louise Clingan. Brooke commissioned renowned architect, Frank Furness for the design of Brooke Mansion. Brooke's ancestors emigrated to the United States from Yorkshire, England in 1698, and acquired land in Birdsboro. By 1800 the iron industry of the E. and G. Brooke Co. gained power, wealth and influence. The Brooke Mansion stands as a lone symbol of the Brooke dynasty that shaped the course of local history in this small community for more than 200 years. Featured property in Janet Foster's book, The Queen Anne House, as one of the 21 most noted homes in the world! Featured property in the book, The Complete Works of Frank Furness, by George Thomas. Architectural Digest Editor's Choice. Winner of the Berks Conservancy Award for being a 95% original, well-preserved building. 10 Custom European fireplaces Stained glass 3 staircases Wainscoting, chair rail, picture rail, crown molding, fluted doors Quarter sewn oak, architectural ironwork Circular rosewood library with carved built-in bookcases Original walk-in safe Hand-forged iron, brass, and nickel hardware High ceilings all 3 floors Butler's pantry with original oak glass front cupboards and cutting board A true Victorian daylight unfinished cellar Pocket doors, French doors, inside window shutters, claw-foot tubs, pedestal sinks Located on 3 acres in a small hometown suburban residential area.
Business Information
Contact: Peter or Marci 800-358-2290

Price: $1,900,000
Rooms: 42
Baths: 11
Square Feet: 13,700
Restaurant: No
Year Built: 1888
Contact Information
Location:  Birdsboro, PA
Phone: (610)582-9775
Realtor: NA