The Bigler House Property

Downtown, Riverfront Living in an Historic Governor’s Residence

The Sycamore House corps members live on the St. Stephen’s Episcopal Cathedral campus in a building known as the Bigler House. This old house has six bedrooms; a large living area for sharing meals, prayer, and conversation; and plenty of unique, secluded spaces for its residents to rest, reflect, and get creative.

Communal Living

The center of the home, the open kitchen and dining room, as well as the living room behind it, is always bustling with corps members and their guests.

Spacious, yet Cozy

The first floor holds four bedrooms, the second floor has two bedrooms and the main living spaces, and the third floor has an extra full bath and additional living space.

Harrisburg bridge in the morning

Riverside Views

With the Susquehanna River right outside their front door, corps members enjoy the perks of living by Riverfront Park, enjoying the views, sunset walks, and festivals.

Visit our Facebook page to see a virtual “house tour”: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?vanity=sycamorehouseststep&set=a.10221548954019732