Owner-proprietor, Pat Hill, working in the fashion industry as a renown “fit-model”, traveled worldwide collecting art and antiques for this stately Georgian mansion. Located near Frank Lloyd Wright Fallingwater, Polymath Park, Ohiopyle State Park and Seven Springs Ski Resort, wineries and numerous hiking and biking trails in the beautiful Western Pennsylvania Laurel Highlands. It's original owner J.P. Brennen, CFO for coke and coal partners, Andrew Carnegie and Henry Clay Frick, commissioned this circa 1904 mansion to be built it over top of a spring! Consequentlly, they moved the original Victorian home 50 ft away and is still part of the original four properties estate. Pat has fully restored the mansion as well as the Guesthouse and Coach house with updated amenities while maintaining and restoring the original Tiffany style windows and cut crystal vestibule, quarter sawn oak woodwork, working gas fireplaces and accented with museum quality fine art, historical collections on display throughout! Stately and elegantly furnished with high-end bedding, antiques and beautiful chandeliers. Amenities include Central AC, private kitchens with laundry facility and/or mini-frigs & microwaves, luxury bath soaps, 24/7 coffee/tea, FREE parking, Wi-Fi, flat screen Roku TV’s and more! Relax and enjoy the seasonal hot tub and swim spa beside the fire-pit off the outdoor patio garden courtyard. A hot gourmet breakfast is personally prepared and supervised for its highest nutritional value and quality by Ms. Hill, who has maintained her weight throughout her career with these same ingredients and principals. Breakfast is served daily in the first floor main dining room or outdoor patio courtyard.

During renovation, Hill discovered a rare 1912 pre-prohibition whiskey stash from Henry Clay Frick’s maternal grandfather, Abraham Overhold of West Overton. Featured in New York Times, Huffington Post, Time Magazine, United Press International, Associated Press, USA today and numerous news networks! Request a view of this priceless rare find while visiting the manor!

She currently has undertaken the renovation of another stately mansion in town known as "GreyStone".  After having meticulously removing 116 years of coal soot, the building boasts a light golden hue, thus Hill coined the new name "GraceStone".  GraceStone hints at Hill's plans to expand her bed and breakfast success with a private non-denominational Christian social club in it's penthouse ballroom. She thanks the "Grace of God" for all her blessings and invites you to participate in the Grand Opening planned for Scottsdale’s sesquicentennial in 2024!