For Sale: Fully Revamped 18th Century Home with New Addition

The property comes with a bank barn and 2-car garage.

TREND photos via Weichert

TREND photos via Weichert

Standing across from Wayne Elementary School is this historical property, which in addition to being on the market for the very first time, has been fully renovated into a pristine residence vying for occupancy.

Originally a Welsh stone farmhouse built in 1765, the property now claims a sprawling new addition consisting of a wood-beamed chef’s kitchen with Viking appliances and built-in wine and ice bar. There also appears to be central booth seating with lower level cabinets (of course that could be decor–what do you think?). Furthermore, general updates to the home (including those relating to coloring and windows) have been crafted to be historically accurate.

Four oversized fireplaces and custom millwork can be found throughout, while outside a flagstone patio has wooded views thanks to the 1.74-acre wooded parcel that makes up part of the property (this portion is deeded to the Natural Lands Trust). The other parcel, meanwhile, consists of 2.4 unrestricted acres.

Other features of  note:

  • Finished basement
  • Bank barn
  • Detached 2-car garage with electrical carriage-style doors
  • Winding driveway

Beds: 4
Baths: 3 full, 2 half
Square feet: 4,927
Price: $1,295,000
Additional Info: Finished basement

All TREND photos via Weichert.

Listing: 812 Maplewood Rd, Wayne, PA, 19087 [Weichert]