Is It Andrew Wyeth or Perkiomenville?

Outside 704 Kulp Road, Perkiomenville, PA

Wyeth painting or listings photo?

Although best known for his hypnotic painting Christina’s World, Andrew Wyeth was a celebrated realist painter whose regional focus spawned a number of naturalistic artwork depicting rural America. Wyeth grew up in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, just a little over an hour away from this newly listed farmhouse in Perkiomenville. Remarkably, these listings photos of this Montgomery County property are like Wyeth paintings come to life. The 45+ acre property encompasses streams, woods, pastures, and a few barns. No surprise there; the listing says it used to house more than 50 thoroughbred horses. In honor of this Wyethesque landscape, take a look at some of the artist’s at his estate’s official website.

Granted, the house itself needs some work done, but there is an in-law suite and a fireplace resides in the master bedroom. A swimming pool is also on the premises.
THE FINE PRINT
Beds: 4
Baths: 3.5
Square feet: 2,070
Price: $1,200,000




Listing: 704 Kulp Road, Perkiomenville, PA, 18074 [Redfin]

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  • ms b

    I believe the town is called Chadds Ford, not Chadds Forth