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Buhl Mansion Guesthouse & Spa, Pennsylvania is a Romanesque style castle operating as a guesthouse, spa, events and wedding venue in Sharon, PA.
'Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Buhl Mansion Guesthouse & Spa is perfect for romantic getaways, indulgent spa escapes, exclusive executive retreats, and castle weddings.'
'The Buhl Mansion is the architectural legacy of Sharon’s great steel magnate, Frank H. Buhl. Frank Buhl founded the Sharon Steel Corporation, eventually selling to United State Steel Corporation. It was this industry that became one of the Shenango Valley’s main sources of income and financial stability for the next hundred years.
After graduating from Yale and associating with tycoons like Carnegie and Rockefeller, Frank came to the Sharon area where he met and fell in love with Julia Forker. Frank and Julia were married on February 8, 1888 and at the request of his mother, Frank built a “castle” for his beautiful bride. Charles Owsley, a Youngstown architect, designed the Richardsonian Romanesque castle. Construction on the mansion began in 1890 and was completed in 1896 for a total cost of $60,000.00 at a time when Sharon had 10,000 persons and the 2,400 people of the Buhl industries were paid 10 cents an hour.'
422 E. State Street
Sharon, PA 16146
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