The Samuel Miller House, Circa 1774, is Located on 7 acres within the Beautiful Countryside of Southern Chester County. The Historic 5 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Farmhouse Sits Overlooking the Valley and a Branch of the White Clay Creek. The Original 1700's Farmhouse Consists of Two and a Half Story Stone Section with a Twentieth Century Addition designed by Charles Okie to add Modern Day Convenience. This Family Room/Master Suite Addition was created in the Early '60s to Enhance the Original Qualities of the Home while still Maintaining its Integrity. The Home has been Lovingly Restored and Renovated with the Original Random Width Hardwood Planking, Post & Beam Ceiling and Deep Window Sills Still in tact. The Kitchen Addition was added in the 1970's and was constructed with Beams from the Chicken Coop, Panelling and Cabinets all Hand Made from the Old Barn and the Brick Floor Brought in from the Streets of Wilmington, Delaware. There are Five Working Fireplaces, a Pool Area, Several Outbuildings and the Original Water Tower Still Remains. In the Midst of Change, This Property is a Rarity and a True Historical Treasure Retaining many Original Features! There is a Possibility of Subdividing this Property. Bring on the Horses with this Lot...Lots of Room to Roam!
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