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Chris Scarduzio Opens Teca in Newtown Square

Teca opened last night at 191 Newtown Street in Newtown Square. It is the second Teca, the original is in West Chester. At the helm is […]


This $7.9 Million Chesco Residence Has Parking For All Your Thanksgiving Guests!

Wouldn’t it be great if you didn’t have to feel bad whenever someone who was visiting you took your neighbor’s parking space? (Or, heaven forbid, […]


Birchrun Hills Looking to Expand Cheese Business

Birchrun Hills Farm in Chester Springs, PA is already known for several of the cheeses that they produce on the farm. But in order to move their […]


Pending Sale: Unionville Home Going For $1 Million Per Bedroom?

Well, not exactly. This custom barn house in Unionville, Chester County may have been on the market for more than $4 million (currently pending sale), […]


Chester County Charmer Looking For Budding Farmers

Admit it. There’s something appealing–even to a few consummate city folk like myself–about working the land. In the event that would-be farmers looking to try […]


New Listing: Lovely West Chester Residence Built Around a Well House

Back in the days when wells were a crucial feature on a property, well houses served as protective structures housing the water source. (Note: Well houses differ from and predate pumping […]


ChesCo Wing Fest: Because You Know You Love Chicken Wings

So we’re already having you people fight it out in the comments section over who has the best nachos in town (which, we hope, will […]


MIT Student From Chester County Found Dead in Residence Hall

MIT sophomore Phoebe Wang of Chesterbrook was found dead in a residence hall. Wang, scheduled to graduate in 2017, was an active member of her MacGregor […]


The Fatland Estate Is Going For $9 Milllion

The historic footnote that is Vaux Hill mansion may have had its splendiferous interior stripped of the gilded antiques that once furnished its rooms, but the […]


Mushroom Festival This Weekend

Kennett Square, The Mushroom Capital of the World, will host its 29th annual Mushroom Festival on September 6th and 7th at 600 Broad Street in […]


Chester County’s Belgrave Farm: 36 Acres and Magnificent Private Waterfall

Somehow, the dramatic, tree-lined driveway is not the most theatrical element at Belgrave Farm. Nor is it the stunning kitchen nor the vast, 36-acre plot […]


Passive House Building Principles at Kamp Kaolin in Landenberg

Currently under construction in southern Chester County (Landenberg, to be precise), Kamp Kaolin is a 2,700 square-foot home designed with a whole slew of industry […]


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

“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 […]


On the Market: $1.33M Paoli Home with Soccer Ball-Proof Walls

The next FIFA World Cup probably won’t be in Philly (not that many care, I presume), but for fans of the game, this custom-built stone […]


Seize the Home: “Carpe Diem” Is On The Market For Over $3.3 Million

Carpe Diem, a Chester County residence with an ambitious name to live up to, embraces its 34 acres of land by putting it to use […]