Type: Renovations / Additions
This historic William Penn Inn was transformed into 3 separate homes which include all the modern amenities such as large open living areas and luxury finishes. Existing millwork, stairways, window openings and exterior facades were all restored to preserve the character of this timeless building.
The William Penn Inn was built in 1799 to host travelers along the Philadelphia to Lancaster Turnpike, the first paved highway in America. It was built and owned by Joseph Price, a Quaker farmer and carpenter instrumental in the development of both the turnpike and Lower Merion Township. The building has been a cherished area landmark for more than two centuries.