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912 West Fourth Street
Circa 1907, the Foresman House is a Colonial Revival style mansion with several apartments.  The foyer greets residents and visitors as they enter off the magnificent wrap around porch.  The house is equipped with a one of the only original working elevators in the Millionaires Row National Historic District.  The property is just two blocks from Penn College.  Off street parking is provided

925 West Fourth Street
Circa 1890, the Gleason House is a seven unit Queen Ann mansion located on Millionaires Row, just two blocks from Penn College. It features large one and two bedroom apartments, assigned off- street parking, and a spacious porch.  The foyer and common areas were restored in 1998. 

907 West Fourth Street - “The Timothy Clark House”
This 1890’s mansion is adorned with gothic features that make it stand out as one of the most eye- catching properties on Millionaires Row.  Every apartment has been beautifully maintained throughout the years- a fact that is most evident by the elaborate woodwork and tile work.

Efficiencies: 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments

907 West Fourth Street- Carriage House
Constructed with fired brick, this unique Carriage House features three bedrooms and a large eat in kitchen.  Parking is located under the living space in a well-lit garage.

830 West Third Street
Circa 1880, the Pharez-Walton house was entirely restored by Preservation Williamsport in 2000.  The property is situated one and a half blocks from campus with four spacious apartments, consisting of two one-bedroom apartments, one two-bedroom apartment and one three-bedroom apartment. There is an on site laundry and off street parking.

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