Historic RiverStone Estate in Foxburg, Pennsylvania has been listed on sale for $19,5 million. Nestled in the majestic Allegheny Mountains of Western Pennsylvania, this extraordinary 1200+ acre riverfront property is renowned for its breathtaking views and remarkable craftsmanship. It comes with 26 structures including extensive equestrian complex, carriage house, greenhouse, over 40 covered parking spaces, aviary, additional luxury homes and functional barns all meticulously renovated. Mineral rights included.
The RiverStone Estate was originally owned by the prominent Fox family of Philadelphia, descendants of George Fox, the founder of the Quaker religion. Aside from the mansion, the Fox’s built carriage houses, stables, an ice house, a greenhouse, barns, and a log cabin used as a play area for the Fox children. The Mansion was kept within the Fox family until 1964. The property passed through several owners, including a lumber company until purchased by Arthur and Patricia Steffee in 1996, who meticulously renovated it. The mansion was taken down to the bare stone walls and enlarged to include state of the art amenities and stunning interior and exterior architectural elements.