Monday, October 18, 2010

2 E Bertsch St Lansford, PA 18232

This is still on the tippy top of my dream places to live. I'm dying to convert a church to a home.

2 E Bertsch St Lansford, PA 18232
1 Baths 6,716 Sq Ft 0.20 Acres


Beautiful solid brick church with landmark domed tower. This historic church building has paramount architectural features both interior and exterior. Lower level contains church hall and kitchen w/facilities.

Rt 209 to Lansford, on Rt 902, turn right on Bertsch St. Church is on left at corner of Bertsch & Tunnel.
Property Details
Beds        Baths    1 baths
House Size    6716 sq ft     Lot Size    0.20 Acres
Price    $213,750    Price/sqft    $32
Property Type   
Single Family Home
    Year Built   
Neighborhood        Style   
Stories    3    Garage   
Property Features   

    * Status: ACTIVE
    * County: Carbon
    * Approximately 0.2 acre(s)
    * 2 total half bath(s)
    * 3 stories
    * Basement is (has) Exterior Entrance, Finished
    * Lot size is less than 1/2 acre
    * School District: Panther Valley
    * Basement

Fireplace Features   
Heating Features    Oil
Exterior Construction    Brick, Brick
Listing Details
Last refreshed    4 hours ago    MLS ID    39840
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Tax History

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Anonymous said...

I myself do not have the inclination to convert a Church into a home, especially the former St. Ann's Roman Catholic Church on 2 East Bertsch Street. I grew up in Lansford, and attended that very church beginning at a very early age,until I said goodbye to Roman Catholicism in 1978. Also, My Dad's Funeral Mass took place in that Church 30 years ago, and I went back there in Dec of 07 to attend my Mom's funeral. You can guess where her funeral mass was held. Nope, too many memories for me as far as that place is concerned and I invite you to notice that if you were in my place you would feel the same way. Anyway, good luck and goodbye.

Diana said...

Your post sounds as though you are offended at my desire to this church into a residence.

First I apologize. I meant no offense to anyone by posting these churches here and expressing my want to live in them.

I'm sorry to hear of both your parents passing and can completely understand why living in this particular converted church would not be right for you.

I and most of the folks who read this blog did not grow up with this church or any of the churches I put up here as a part of our lives.

To me, this chuch is a beautiful structure that is being sold and has the potential to be a gorgeous one of a kind residence.

Gorgeous one of a kind residences are kind of what I do here on this blog.

Richard said...

I assure you that you did not offend me. No need to apologize as you were merely expressing a personal preference. Believe me I don't have a problem with that. In my case, I would not do it and I refer to all churches. Not just the former St. Ann's in lansford. I thank you for posting my comment and I wish you well.