ABANDONED MANSION OF TITANIC OWNER!




ABANDONED MANSION OF TITANIC OWNER!
Lynnewood Hall One of the Largest Surviving Gilded Age Mansion in the Philadelphia Area.
This 110 Room Neoclassical Mansion Was Designed by Architect Horace Trumbauer for Industrialist Peter a.b. Widener Between 1897 and 1900.
Peter a. B. Widener Was an Investor of the R.m.s. Titanic, Having Invested in International Mercantile Marine, Owner of the White Star Line, With J.p. Morgan.
Peter a. B. Widener Died at Lynnewood Hall at the Age of 80 on November 6, 1915, After Prolonged Poor Health. He Was Predeceased by His Elder Son George Dunton Widener and Grandson Harry Elkins Widener, Both of Whom Died When the Titanic Sank in 1912.
The New York Times Reported That He Succumbed to “Old Age and Deep Sorrow Caused by the Loss of His Son and His Grandson in the Titanic Disaster.
920 Spring Ave, Elkins Park, PA 19027
This Mansion Is Currently Listed for Sale for: $16,500,000
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3 Comments

  1. David Shekelstein
    November 10, 2017
    Reply

    damn the interior was absolutely marvelous.
    so sad to see what it has become…

  2. Elaine Schildmeyer
    November 10, 2017
    Reply

    Such a tragic story. I hope someone of means buys it and restores it to it's former glory. It would be nice for the mansion to have a happy ending.

  3. Molto Bene
    November 10, 2017
    Reply

    Wow, the video description says that the owner son and grandson both died in the Titanic disaster, and he was one of Titanic's owners, that's very sad indeed 🙁

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