Historic Chester County Home With Tavern and Log School House
This beautiful stone farmhouse, built between the 1760s and the 1780s, is an exquisitely renovated residence that retains much of its historic character. The wide-plank floors are original, as is much of the woodwork that surrounds the windows and doors. Even details that have been added more recently–such as a beamed ceiling–pay tribute to the home’s period origins.
Though the listing highlights a single “Tavern Room” …
…there are other rooms that would seem equally worthy of the name:
Our favorite part? The little log school house. That’s serious history.
THE FINE PRINT
Square feet: 4,096
Outdoors: 3+ acres
Duly noted: “Possible wine cellar area in basement”