STATE COLLEGE, Md., June 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- In the heart of Pennsylvania, minutes from the legendary Penn State University, is a one-of-a-kind retreat surrounded by 68 acres of woodlands. Welcome to Quail Hollow, a custom-built, outdoorsman's paradise, selling at a luxury no reserve absolute auction July 28th, 2016 with Supreme Auctions® in cooperation with Amanda Lott of Keller Williams Realty.
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"The property's unique combination of acreage, location and luxury appeals to nature lovers, individuals looking for a vacation home, Penn State alumni, and more," said Jennie Heal, President of Supreme Auctions. "Bordering state game lands, the extensive wooded acreage offers hiking, mountain biking, hunting, and ATV trails throughout."
The home has the appearance and luxuriousness of a high-end ski resort. Details like granite and marble surfaces as well as chestnut finishes throughout give it a rustic elegance. The flooring is made from chestnut planks reclaimed from three separate barns built in the 1800s and originally cut from trees nearly a hundred years old themselves.
The heart of the home is most certainly the monumental, resort-style chimney. It offers a hearth on every floor, as well as beautiful imported stonework with lichen detailing normally found only in the forests of Montana. The estate also offers two complete kitchens and bars with top-of-the-line appliances, built-in beer taps and under cabinet humidor and more. A barrel-vaulted, temperature-controlled wine cellar provides storage of your favorite vintages, while a recreation room is perfect for catching Nittany Lions games. An exquisite master suite plus additional bedrooms and separate guest house, offer the ultimate comfort and privacy.
President of Bosak Construction, Brennan Glantz, the home's builder, says there's no other place like Quail Hollow. "The whole house is truly unique with no expense spared. And I don't know of any other parcels that have this much private wooded ground this close to town."
"I am thrilled to be working with Supreme Auctions robust accelerated marketing process," said Ms. Lott. "This is a special property that has so much to offer to a broad buyer audience."
Penn State, the lifeblood of Central Pennsylvania, boasts an alumni association of more than 600,000 living members — more than any other university in the world. The university is also the center of local culture, providing an arboretum, golf course, performing arts venues, art galleries, and six museums. Much of college life is lived downtown at the locally-owned restaurants, pubs, and shops.
The home is just minutes from private and commercial airports, historic buildings, shopping, dining and more. With culturally significant cities like Baltimore, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh nearby, Quail Hollow is the perfect weekend retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Interested parties can call Supreme Auctions directly at (866) 929-2243 or visit www.supreme-auctions.com.
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Supreme Auctions® is a leader in luxury real estate property auctions, providing proprietary accelerated marketing services unique to each distinctive property represented and sold. With 15 offices across the United States including Hawaii and an office in Costa Rica and London, UK, the company has a dedicated team of auction marketing professionals that provide decades of expertise, integrity, and knowledge. Supreme Auctions provides the highest level of service to both sellers and buyers of multimillion-dollar luxury properties by combining experience with the most current technology and marketing resources. The company offers sellers and luxury brokerages nationwide the appropriate auction strategy to ideally suit each exclusive property, providing services that are unparalleled in the real estate auction industry.
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