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Eber Culver designed and built this house on Millionaires’ Row in 1888 for E.A. Rowley, one of the wealthiest men in Pennsylvania. It is one of the most architecturally significant houses in the Commonwealth. The residence had the finest plaster moldings and ceiling medallions in the city as well as expensive English Minton Tiles in each fireplace and the vestibule. An even more significant feature of the house is the breathtaking Tiffany-quality stained glass windows. The most amazing thing about this mansion is that it still exists, more than 115 years later.