The SpaceCabin and adjacent guest house combined have four bedrooms, three full bathrooms and a sleeping loft. Twelve beds accommodate larger groups. Full kitchen (cooktop, oven, microwave, dishwasher, custom cabinetry, soapstone countertop), jetted tub, glass-block shower, laundry chute, central heating and air conditioning, wood stove, covered front porch and covered rear deck overlooking Little Sugar Creek, balcony off master bedroom, front-loading washer and dryer. Gorgeous wood finishes inside and out, with antique doors and windows throughout, antique heart pine flooring, hardwood and cedar paneling, and log spiral staircase. Furnished with Select Comfort Sleep Number and natural latex beds, hypo-allergenic bedding, and custom Amish furniture. Fire pit and infrared gas grill on grounds.
Perfect for families, hunters, and fishermen. Enjoy a get-away in beauty and comfort amid the scenic hills, forests, lakes and streams of northwestern Pennsylvania! Guest AccessGuests have access to the cabin, guesthouse and all grounds, including frontage on two trout streams stocked at the property line annually by the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission. Interaction with GuestsWe live in Maryland but am readily available by mobile phone and email. We also have a local housekeeper, groundskeeper and handyman on call. The NeighborhoodThe Trouthouse is situated in the beautiful, rolling countryside of northwestern Pennsylvania. The surrounding properties are woodlands and small farms. An publicly accessible Artesian well is a few hundred feet up the road. Trout can be viewed in the streams from the bridges at the property line. There are any nearby recreational amenities, including beach, boat launch, picnic areas and trails at Two Mile Run Park (7-minute drive); Oil Creek and Cook Forest State Parks, Drake Well Museum, tourist railroad, Allegheny River bike trail system, and much more. For hunters, state game lands within two miles.
Getting AroundThe Trouthouse is accessed by a paved state road that is called Roller Coaster Road by people of the region, due to its sharp ups and downs before descending finally to the stream valley where the Trouthouse is situated.