The Langhorne Carpet Company, producers of fine Wilton loom carpeting since 1930, is available for the first time in generations. The longest continually operated mill in the United States, every one of its carpets is made on site in a sprawling +/- 50,0000 SF red brick building on over 4 acres in Penndel Borough, Bucks County, PA. Most production is on the original mechanical looms sourced from Henry Ford. This company’s dedication to superior craftsmanship and unparalleled raw materials (the finest wool from Britain and New Zealand) has propelled this business to national prominence, and its products can be found in such iconic landmarks as the White House, American Embassies abroad, the Henry Ford Estate, historic houses of worship, and has served notable clients such as Pope Francis. From classic to contemporary, the business stocks several running lines, excels at custom design, and can reproduce any heritage carpet. Frequent collaboration with decorator and design firms, custom material blends can include Peruvian Alpaca or silk blended into the wool, creating 100% natural products without synthetics. Ideally located on the periphery of Philadelphia and close major shipping infrastructure and ample labor force, this is a rare opportunity to take the reigns and continue a business that stands out as truly and “one of one”. Contact the listing broker for details, do not enter the property without a scheduled appointment with the broker and do not approach the employees.
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