Once in a lifetime opportunity to continue to own a great home that is full of Chester County History! The property was originally a 300 acre Penn Grant to Thomas Green in 1733 & the original farmhouse was built in 1740. Upon entering this stately home you are greeted by an expansive foyer with original hardwood floors & elegant crown molding. The updated kitchen entertains exposed brick, large center island with bar seating, granite countertops, & stainless steel appliances. The adjoining eating area hosts a deep window seat, fireplace & wet bar. The old root cellar beneath the kitchen has been converted to a wine cellar. The formal living room & dining room offer custom built ins, period specific moldings, two more fireplaces & deep window sills. The family room boasts an abundance of windows & an additional fireplace. The upper two levels of this home feature a total of 7 bedrooms and 4 full baths, 3 bedrooms offer an on suite bathroom. There is central air in one zone of this wonderfully maintained home. The detached 1000 sq ft carriage house hosts a hot tub, electric heat, wood stove & full bath. The grounds of the home lend themselves breathtaking views in any season and an adjoining pond. This home has been featured on the Chester County Historic House Tour twice, which is quite an honor, for that tour is the oldest continuous home tour in the nation.
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