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A Quaker treat

by Chicago Agent

The Fox family didn’t just leave behind the founding of the Quaker religion as a legacy, they also left an estate that’s currently on the market for $15 million in Foxburg, Pennsylvania. Originally built in 1828, the entire estate features 26 total structures. The main five-bedroom mansion includes a library, wine cellar, conservatory and pub. One of the more interesting structures on the lot is the sugar house, built to help the original family manufacture maple syrup. The equestrian complex is complete with stables, a vet room, carriage museum and riding arena. Credit: TopTenRealEstateDeals.com

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