SOLD!! Tina Represented the Buyers, and Helped Another Family Find Their Dream Home!
||FINDING 10 OPEN & BEAUTIFUL ACRES IN BIRMINGHAM TOWNSHIP IS RARE! This property represents a rare opportunity to own an antique, serpentine home on 10 acres in the township's historic district! The original 4 BR home is c.1837 and a seamless serpentine stone addition was added later. At one time, this home was a store and post office. Today's Great Room is 18' x 27' with a 9' ceiling & the Dining Room has the original cooking fireplace with crane & bake oven. The Kitchen cabinets were hand crafted by R. Mac Ider, a student of Marshall Brinton's. The home retains all of the original wood floors, moldings, hardware & antique patina. Although the home is in need of updating, the property has been well maintained. There is a bank barn with several horse/pony stalls. There are 2 small fenced paddocks and two larger pastures. Surrounded by perpetually eased historic open space, this property cannot be subdivided, enjoys low taxes & Unionville-Chadds Ford Schools! Another house may be built, the current house moved & the drive can be moved to access Thornbury Rd.