A favorite fishing destination for two sportsmen presidents, Dwight Eisenhower and Jimmy Carter, Harpster Manor includes a 28-room mansion built in 1834. Exercising their political muscle, the presidents gained access to the 40-acre estate's elite fishing spots in the limestone stream, which meanders toward a 5-acre pond and is renowned for producing trophy-sized trout. Situated near Penn State University in central Pennsylvania, the home features black marble fireplaces, open stairways, spacious bedrooms, and a picturesque outdoor pavilion.
All this for a mere $4,995,000.
Prudential First Choice Realty Ella & W.L. "Wendy" Williams