1803 House - Emmaus, PA
Jacob Ehrenhardt Jr. built this beautiful stone house in 1803 and was the son of one of the two founders of Emmaus. The Federal-style home was built for his Jacob’s wife Susanna and their four daughters.
It is located near the Moravian Church, surrounded by woods, the South Mountain and a nearby stream. The house preserves the architecture of the Moravian culture of Colonial Pennsylvania and is managed by The Friends of the 1803 House.
Located at: 55 South Keystone Avenue, Emmaus, PA