The Frank D. Yuengling Home constructed in 1913, is a fine example of early twentieth century Tudor-Jacobethan Revival architecture. The hallmarks of this style - gabled roof, large porches, balconies, stone accents, framing apertures, leaded windows, decorative half-timbering, carved stonework - combine in this building to create a sense of grandeur which continues to the present time.
This home was maintained as a private resident from 1913 until March 13, 1978 by the Yuengling Family.
The elegance of entry to the house and grounds is enhanced by the majesty of large iron gates and lanterns.
Mansion and Yuengling Family History Tours can be arranged. Please call 570.622.2788.