From the corner of Mill Street, use the cross walk to reach the corner of Bloom Street.
11 Bloom Street
Built in 1792 by William Montgomery, the founder of Danville, this dwelling is now referred to as the Montgomery House Museum and the office of the Montour County Historical Society. This 2.5 story
stone Federal three-bay structure has a simple projecting cornice with returns. The house contains original 8-over-12 and 6-over-9 window sash, and pedimented entrance. A log home was once located at the rear of the home. To arrange a tour, please call (570) 271-0830.
From the corner of 11 Bloom Street, continue North then turn right on Center Street.
40 Center Street
Abigail Geisinger, the founder of Geisinger Memorial Hospital, lived in this Queen Anne style house, distinguished by a three-story turreted tower c. 1850.
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