This secluded property in the State College Area School District is as sturdy and efficient as it is beautiful. Five-inch oak floors on the first and second floor are quarter sawn for dimensional stability and four Rumford fireplaces each feature their own design. Energy costs stay down with 2 geothermal systems, dual water heaters, whole house backup diesel generator, and Icynene spray insulation on exterior walls, attic, basement, surrounding all bedrooms, and the owner’s bedroom. The home is built to defend against the elements with a French drain system, gutter guards, poured and reinforced concrete foundation, a lightning protection system on the house, fireplace and garage and house grounding system. This home is formidable and efficient, comfortable and beautiful. Check out more photos.