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Beaumont House, at Foulkeways in North Wales, PA, Preserved

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Beaumont House, at Foulkeways in North Wales, PA, Preserved

The Beaumont House was built in 1817, and was a part of a 68-acre farm. It is owned by Foulkeways, the retirement village, and has been preserved and repurposed as a guest house. The 500-ton stone house had been 150 feet closer to the Sumneytown Pike intersection, and was moved on April 1, 2006, to make way for the 202-widening project. (I recall that a public TV show wanted to film the move, but the Lancaster county house movers refused to allow filming.) I got my information from yesterday's The (Lansdale) Reporter online, in an article by Eric Devlin.

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Location: Beaumont House at Foulkeways , Route 202 and Sumneytown Pike , DeKalb Pike and Meeting House Road, North Wales, Pennsylvania, 19454, United States
Listing Category: Buildings, History, Repurposed Properties
Created Date: 06-24-2018

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