The Kooser-Ankney Homestead (circa 1832) is a colonial farmhouse listed on the Somerset County (PA) Historic Register that has been lovingly restored. Located on 16 acres in Somerset, PA, the property has convenient access to Seven Springs (7 miles), Hidden Valley (6 miles), and Laurel Hill State Park (4 miles). It is the perfect place to have a family gathering, enjoy a long weekend or celebrate a special occasion.
The home features 4 original wood burning fireplaces and 2 gas fireplaces in the guest rooms. During warmer months, there is an outdoor fire pit for evenings filled with stargazing. Firewood is provided for guests.
The home has three formal bedrooms, two sleeper sofas in the living room and one sleeper sofa in the library. There is a 65" TV in the living room and a 42" TV in the library, with Bose surround sound. The library also features plenty of books and board games (and even a rolling book shelf ladder). There are three bathrooms to include a corner Jacuzzi tub in the master bathroom. A front load washer and dryer are available, and towels and linens are included with the rental. The home is equipped with WiFi and satellite TV.
The chef's kitchen includes granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, a gas stove, and two large sinks for meal preparation. An outdoor propane grill is located on the front porch with convenient access to the kitchen. The dining room has a large table that seats the entire family and is handcrafted from old beams found in the historic barn.
There are many special sights within driving distance to include Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob, Flight 93 Memorial, and Ohiopyle State Park (with whitewater rafting) as well as Bedford Springs Resort and Spa and Nemacolin Woodlands Resort and Casino.