On route 322, less than 10 miles east of State College and Beaver Stadium, this two level 2300 sq ft home rests on the side of Tussey Mt overlooking the Nittany Valley. On each level there are 2 bedrooms, a bath, a kitchen, a dining area, a large living area, and a view of the valley. There is a large parking lot and a beautiful wooded area (120 acres) for hiking. It is a weekend retreat. Nobody lives in it year-round.
The 50 year old home is a very comfortable, two level, rustic mountain house. There is a kitchen and bath on both levels.
Guests will have access to the entire house, and the 190 acres surrounding it. There are 60 acres of open fields and 130 of forests. The headwaters of Spring Creek are on the property. They are small streams with no fish, though.
Interazione con gli ospiti
Contact information for the owners or their local representatives will be made available to all guests. If there are any questions or problems, they will be promptly resolved.
Altre cose da evidenziare
There is a half mile gravel lane from route 322 to the house. There are two places the lane passes over small streams. Pay close attention while driving up the lane. You are within a short 15 minute drive of all State College and Penn State sports and artistic events.
There is one rule - the Golden Rule. Treat our home the way you would like guests to treat your home. Protect wooden furniture and carpets from spills, and don't put anything into our plumbing system that could reasonably go into a garbage can. There is no garbage disposal unit, so all food wastes have to be thrown in the trash. No large parties that could result in damage to the property.
I was a professor of horticulture at Penn State for 30 years. I've retired and now operate a Christmas tree farm located about ten miles east of State College. I enjoy riding mountain and road bikes, and hiking the mountains around State College.