1804 Daniel Steckel House


The Daniel Steckel House was erected in 1804. It is listed in the National Register, the PA Inventory of Historic Places and the Bath Historic District. Daniel Steckel built the home for his wife Rebecca and it was here that they raised 6 children. He was a prominant man in Bath in the 1800s and lived to be 101 years old.

At left is the upstairs hall.


The Daniel Steckel House was featured in Early American Life magazine in October of 2011.

The home has been fully restored and decorated as it might have looked in the 1800s.


The Steckel House has been the setting for anniversarys, showers and weddings.

A view of the main hall showing the original front door and German box lock.





You can enjoy an afternoon or evening of relaxation on one of three brick patios overlooking the pond, waterfall and garden.







The sumptuous breakfast buffet is served in the dining room pictured below.