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1005 West Fourth Street
Circa 1869, The Cochran-Lyon House was once home to the wealthiest woman in the world, Annie Weightman-Walker-Penfield. The "Cochran - Lyon" house is one of the finest examples of Victorian architecture in the country. All apartments are furnished and include off street parking and utilities. Located on over 1 acre, across the street from Penn College, Cochran - Lyon house is the gem of "Millionaires Row." Some private rooms are available for parties and special events. These rooms are decorated in high Victorian style and equipped with two working gas fireplaces. You can view one of these rooms by clicking on the 360 degree icon.

1006 West Fourth Street
Circa 1890, the Judge Metzger house features high ceilings, off street garage parking, and in house laundry facilities.  The house has nine units, a combination of studio and one-bedroom apartments. It is situated on “Millionaire’s Row”, just one block from campus.  The lobby and several apartments were recently renovated. 

1065 West Fourth Street
Circa 1880, the Barrows-Herdic House underwent a complete interior and exterior renovation in 2003. All five units,( three one-bedroom and two two-bedroom) have hardwood floors, new kitchens, bathrooms, and high ceilings.  The property is less than one block from the college.  On site laundry and off street parking is included.

951 West Fourth Street
Circa 1865, the Cleveden is the largest mansion on “Millionaire’s Row”.  The interior has been completely renovated with high ceilings and hardwood floors.In 2008 the exterior was completely restored.  The building is one block from Penn College.  Several of these spacious apartments have private laundry facilities. A restored detached carriage house on the property houses a restored three bedroom apartment.  Assigned off- street parking is provided. Many of the apartments have a private laundry facility.

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829 West Fourth Street
Circa 1910, the Henry Parsons House is in the heart of the Millionaire’s Row Historic District.  This Queen Anne style house is situated among the trees across the street from Park Place, a restored 1860’s railroad hotel.  A law firm occupies the first floor.  The second and third floor apartments are furnished and have private laundry facilities.  The building is three blocks from Penn College.  Assigned off- street parking is provided.

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