The uniquely-designed Bachman Mansion, erected in 1910-12 on East State Street near Case Avenue, was built for Minnie Bachman, widow of Morris Bachman, and her sister. Today, the Mansion is Clepper Manor, a skilled nursing facility, and was lovingly restored by The Nugent Group.


  • Minnie Bachman Mansion, Sharon, PA
    Minnie Bachman Mansion, Sharon, PA
  • Photo from circa 1912 of the Minnie Bachman Mansion shortly after completion.
    Photo from circa 1912 of the Minnie Bachman Mansion shortly after completion.
  • Postcard view of the Minnie Bachman and Kranz Mansions on East State Street in Sharon PA
    Postcard view of the Minnie Bachman and Kranz Mansions on East State Street in Sharon PA

        The uniquely-designed Bachman Mansion, erected in 1910-12 on East State Street near Case Avenue, was built for Minnie Bachman, widow of Morris Bachman, and her sister.     
        Morris Bachman was the president of the Sharon Steel Hoop Company until his unexpected death in 1910. Land was purchased in 1910 from the Stambaugh's for $20,500 which had 106 feet of frontage on East State Street and extended back to Linden Street for the Mansion.
        The Mrs. Bachman Mansion was designed in the Tudor Revival/Shingle style which is characterized by half-stucco and brick exteriors, long sloped roofs, and asymmetry. The Bachman Mansion was designed by Charles F. Owsley of Youngstown, Ohio and boasts three floors.
        Today, the Mansion is Clepper Manor, a skilled nursing facility, and was lovingly restored by The Nugent Group.