Size –5 Bedrooms • 3 Bathrooms • Sleeps 1-12
The Riverhouse is spacious, well equipped and clean. The open floor plan in the kitchen/living area and french doors opening to a deck with picnic tables and gas grill make for ideal socializing. The river side of the house has lots of windows and is bright and cheery.
Yough Riverhouse can accommodate up to 12 people. We have 5 bedrooms upstairs and a 6th small bedroom/ ‘game’ room with a futon couch downstairs. The house has 2 full bathrooms upstairs and one full on the main floor.
Upstairs is a large master bedroom with a king sized bed as well as a full sized bed and a full bath (and a crib). There are 3 bedrooms with queen sized beds. And one bedroom with 2 twin beds. Downstairs is the smaller bedroom/game room with a full sized futon (with TV). There is also a full bath with clawfoot tub.
The spacious kitchen is well equipped with everything you’ll need. The main living room has a large stone fireplace. The large foyer has hard wood floors and offers another great space for socializing.
Outside you have your choice of places to relax. Enjoy the river facing front porch with adirondack chairs, a hot tub on the side deck, the shady picnic area with propane grill, picnic tables and a fire ring on the right side of the house or the riverfront with another fire ring and benches. There is also a sturdy wooden playset with swings in the woods on the left side of the house. At the Riverhouse, you are surrounded in relaxation.
All linens and towels are provided. There is a TV/DVD, Direct TV, highspeed, wireless internet and free local calls. Confluence has both a Verizon and AT&T cell tower and both work well from the house.
Our home is kid friendly and there is a highchair, full crib and portacrib.
With 4 distinct seasons, the house is available year round.
About the Owner
continued from Treehouse page.. When a group of owners decided to sell their weekend home and the surrounding 50 acres of land across from the Treehouse, we originally tried to buy the land. Our fear was that someone would buy it and cut down the trees. The sellers were set on selling the whole package and the idea of having another vacation rental home was born. The best part of the deal was we worked out a sale with the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy (Fallingwater) to purchase the 50 acres and conserve it. It was a dream come true and now Confluence has this wonderful asset--spanning from the Yough to the Casselman River--and hiking trails are in the works! We are proud and fortunate that we are able to share this home and space and helped facilitate the conservation of a special piece of land.
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