Chesco’s “Le Petit Mont” Has Great Views for a Little Mountain

TREND photo courtesy Long and Foster.

TREND photo courtesy Long and Foster.

“Le Petit Mont” translates directly to “the little mountain.” It’s a quaint name for a ten-plus-acre property that includes vista views of practically all of Chester County and comes with a farmhouse, two separate garages, a two-stall barn, a run-out shed and extensive pastures and walking trails for your horses.

The farmhouse has been finished in the traditional style but includes modern upgrades. The first floor includes inside access to the first garage, which accommodates three cars. The kitchen is adjacent to a breakfast room and boasts three walls of inlaid cherry cabinetry and the usual granite/stainless steel luxury combo. It also features a handsome peninsula and several pantries. The living room and family room both include large fireplaces. The upstairs master has its own balcony and a custom, en-suite spa with a window seat. Three other bedrooms on the floor share the second full bath. A bonus room could be turned into a fifth bedroom or an office, according to the listing. The third floor is also ripe for a project. The listing suggests turning the open space to a game or media room. The basement is also finished and could easily home another full bath.

In addition to the master suite’s balcony, the home includes a bricked patio as well as a second reclaimed brick balcony off the first floor. The property includes a detached two-car garage (bringing the car-accommodation-total to five) as well as the aforementioned equine quarters. The upper and lower pastures and the walking trail are also all protected by electric fencing if that’s your thing.


THE FINE PRINT
Beds: 4
Baths: 2.5
Acreage: 10.2




TREND photos courtesy Long and Foster.
Listing: 631 Harveys Bridge Rd., Unionville, PA 19320\

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