Three houses with ample space to host overnight Thanksgiving visitors
These Philadelphia suburban estates have bedrooms, guest houses, and parking to spare to house a host of holiday guests.
Your entire extended family around the Thanksgiving dinner table might have made for lively conversation, but when it comes time to find them a place to sleep, tight quarters might be more difficult to navigate. Which is why we love these three suburban estates, with bedrooms, guest houses and parking to spare.
1515 Sugar Bottom, Furlong
Monthly taxes: $1,069
Tell me all about it: In addition to a main house with five bedrooms, this Bucks County equestrian estate boasts a guest house with its own custom kitchen, great room with fireplace, two bedrooms, and shared bathroom. Of course, the property also includes a stable and a riding ring, as well as other auxiliary buildings and a heated garage.
3240 Creamery Road, Solebury
Monthly taxes: $1,146
Tell me all about it: This Solebury Township home features more than 7,800 square feet of living space and boasts a beautiful main house as well as a new, two-story carriage house with two half-baths, a kitchen and its own porch and propane fireplace. Bonus: The property includes a private duck pond.
3116 Burt House Hill Road, Doylestown
Monthly taxes: $895
Tell me all about it: In addition to a main house and a pool house, this Doylestown property includes a private guest cottage. The home includes nearly 3,000 square feet of living space without counting the auxiliary buildings or the enormous outdoor kitchen. The grounds also have a dog run and kennel, as well as a large saltwater pool and landscaped gardens.