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The Stegmaier Mansion
The Houpt/Stegmaier Mansion in Downtown Wilkes-Barre
Charles Stegmaier
Charles Stegmaier
Founder of the
Stegmaier Brewery in 1857.
Click to see the mansion in 1892
Parlor to Parlor
Formal Dining Room Front Entrance Reception The Gentlemen's Parlor Room The Ladies' Parlor Room
Staircase Landing
If anyone believes in the future of Downtown Wilkes-Barre, it's Joe Matteo.  In 2001, he purchased the Houpt/Stegmaier Mansion at Ross and Franklin.
 Built in 1873, this High Victorian gem has been meticulously restored to a level of recreation and artistry seldom achieved in the United States.
The mansion can accommodate up to 50 people for a  reception and can seat 14 for a  private dinner.  Overnight accommodations will be available by early 2007.
Tours are available by appointment only.  For more information call 570-823-9372.
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Wilkes-Barre Preservation Society Fund of The Luzerne Foundation  570-270-4155 ext 359
last update: February 7, 2006