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The Super Luxe Delchester Farm Is Looking for an Owner

There’s 24 acres of land in Chester County that together make up Delchester Farm, a property that’s been on the market since last June. It […]

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After Largest Drug Bust in Chester History, Chester County DA Accidentally Describes Futility of Drug War

Last week, Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan announced a huge drug bust. After a year-long investigation, the county completed the drug sting called Operation […]

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Super Opulent Chester Springs Home

Anglophile or not, this lavishly designed home inspired by English Manor estates could draw anyone’s attention. It’s been custom-built with luxe amenities and craftsmanship in […]

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Avalon Restaurant Reopens Today

Today, Avalon Restaurant is opening at its new location at 116 East Gay Street. John Brandt-Lee’s restaurant used to operate as a BYOB on High […]

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Reduced: Gorgeous 1850s West Chester Farmhouse

Originally listed for sale at $3.6 million in October, this 19th-century West Chester farmhouse has a lot to love, including a rustic kitchen hearth (above), extensive […]

City Life

Chester, Montgomery Counties Are Hotbeds for Texting and Driving

The above chart comes from The Center for Rural Pennsylvania, a “legislative agency” of the Pennsylvania General Assembly that produces publications and reports for lawmakers. […]

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Boxcar Brewing Is Opening a West Chester Brewpub

West Chester’s Boxcar Brewing Company is opening a brewpub in downtown West Chester. The brewpub will be at 142 E Market Street, the former home […]

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Weekend Open Houses: Counties Edition

This weekend we decided to spotlight homes from each of the four counties surrounding Philadelphia. For Delco, we chose a recently renovated house that has […]

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Chester County Equestrian Estate Influenced By Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright embraced the natural (sidenote: check out this video), which makes it easy to see how the design of this Chester County estate was […]

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Victory Parkesburg Brewery Is Humming, Offering Tours

Last week I was lucky enough to be was invited to tour Victory Brewing Co.’s new Parkesburg Brewery. The new facility is located about seventeen […]

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Great American Pub Expanding to Phoenixville

The Great American Pub which already has locations in Conshohocken, Wayne and West Chester is looking to open in Phoenxiville The Philadelphia Business Journal has […]

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Pretty Queen Anne Revival in Pretty Phoenixville

Lest its period architecture and grassy surroundings fool you, this Queen Anne Revival — built in 1900 — is not at all far from the […]

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5BR Luxury Farm Fully Equipped for Equestrian Eventing

Before we get into the historical aspect of Waterford Farm’s interior, let’s take a moment to appreciate its vast acreage, which is enough to encompass […]

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Garces Protege MacGregor Mann Is Returning to Area

MacGregor Mann, who was chef de cuisine at Amada has returned to the area. Michael Klein is reporting that Mann is opening a BYOB, Junto […]

City Life

DA Says Coatesville District Resisting Racist Text Investigation

NBC 10 reports that Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan is accusing the Coatesville School District of  dragging its feet on his investigation into the racist texts […]