This superlative offering is perfectly situated on 4 rolling acres in highly desirable Chester Springs. The gated entry opens to a winding driveway that leads up a gentle incline to the stamped asphalt courtyard surrounded by a detached garage and four stall barn. The main residence is the former Mt. Airy School and The Hillside School featured in the Quillman~s History of the Conestoga Turnpike. The charming exterior has been lovingly restored; highlights include a newer roof, copper drainpipes and decorative water chains. Enter the library with handsome built-ins, custom paneling, hardwood floors and stained glass transom. The eye is drawn upward to the open staircase leading to the spacious loft that could be used as a bedroom, home office or gallery. The gourmet kitchen is just steps away and boasts stainless steel appliances including a Heartland refrigerator and Viking range. A separate breakfast area is the perfect place to serve up that special meal and is enhanced with a gorgeous stone wall and wood burning fireplace. The great room is aptly named and boasts a wood burning fireplace and French doors that open onto the terrace with heated, salt water swimming pool. Pull up a chaise and relax by the pool as the waterfall gently cascades, or soak in the Jacuzzi after enjoying a freshly made pizza in the imported Italian pizza oven. Sweet dreams are found in the master bedroom with hardwood flooring, plantation shutters and ceiling fan. All bathrooms have been updated and feel like your very own spa. Equestrians will love the beautiful 4 stall barn and is exquisite with infrared heated stalls and wash area, tack room and oversized dressage Fibar arena. Two luscious grass pastures allow endless grazing for horses. Another impeccably executed addition is the 2 car garage with a one bedroom apartment overhead featuring granite countertops and an open floor plan. Additional amenities include a whole house generator, reverse osmosis water system, security system and more. Schedule your private tour today!
Listing courtesy of Lee Ann Embrey from Coldwell Banker Preferred-Exton