Revolutionary period 5 bed/2 full bath stone farm/manor house on 1.5 acres and spring-fed pond w/springhouse waits your finishing touches near historic Valley Forge! Circa 1720 and additions around 1750 and 1830, this home boasts a very spacious family room (29x16) with stone hearth, exposed beams, hardwood floors and built-in shelves. Large eat-in kitchen (19x12) with granite counter tops, 10 burner stove, and slider access to back patio with views of expansive back and side yards. Formal Living/Dining room(14x17) with fireplace and hardwoods will accommodate the largest of dining room tables or use as a formal living room. 3 bedrooms and a full bathroom on 2nd floor, one bedroom with a fireplace and 2 more bedrooms on the 3rd floor that also has a bedroom with a fireplace and full bathroom as well. All windows and roof replaced 10 years ago. Interior of home freshly painted(2021). Two separate entrances from the columned front porch (9x28) with pond views are your way into this historic beauty. Hardwood flooring throughout the entire home. This property saw its fair share of action during the Battle of Valley Forge as this was one of the very few homes built in the 1700s in Valley Forge. This American Classic was also a safe haven for many using the underground railroad on their way to freedom during the American Civil War, and the old trap door is visible in the living room. There is also a bootlegger chimney that was used during Prohibition in the 1920s- but donât worry, itâs capped now! While the days of The Revolutionary War, the Underground Railroad and Prohibition are in the past, you cannot help but feel the American History that echoes in his home. Start your next chapter in this American Treasure!
Listing courtesy of Mark F Amadio from Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.