Walk to EVERYTHING. This famous building known as the “Bird in Hand” circa late 1600's, with a richly documented history, is reported to be the oldest frame building in PA. Its 6 corner fireplaces, original beams and random width pumpkin pine floors are sure to please the most zealous lover of early American architecture. Unique to a structure of this era, the Bird in Hand possesses extraordinary structural integrity, 9+ ft. ceilings, lots of storage, gas heat and central air. Currently a single-family home, the property is graced w/a main house, a 2-car carriage house/studio and an attached 2-room area w/full bath and separate entrance. It is beautifully landscaped w/perennial gardens, which are embraced by a new handcrafted picket fence. “Town Center” zoning allows multiple uses w/plenty of room to expand. There is off street parking for 4+ cars. 2 bathrooms and a new kitchen were added in 2005-2008. This piece of history awaits its new stewards to take it to the next level. Owner is a licensed PA Realtor.