Alan Pease began turning wood in 1969 and has been doing it ever since. In 1984 he took over the Country Bed Shop and moved it to its present location just up the road from the site of the John Fitch Garrison and just down stream from the site of the old Starch Mill.
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Early American Homes
For Sale in Pennsylvania
This incomparable home holds historic value, in addition to its architectural appeal which has been recognized in a number of publications. It includes a main house, carriage house, gallery building, and heated in-ground pool with cabana and gazebo.. $749,900.