Make your dreams a reality! Have you ever dreamed of owning a historic home with an income generating farm, even better a vineyard? Now your dreams can be a reality. Nestled in the sloping hills of southwestern Chester County is a beautifully restored 1840's brick federal style farmhouse with wraparound porch, originally a large dairy farm which produced thousands of pounds of butter. The home boasts hardwood floors throughout, 4 fireplaces, large chef kitchen with fireplace, decorative iron-work and slate tile, fully finished basement with full bath. Low maintenance stamped concrete patio, ornamental fish pond, beautifully landscaped, 4 stall bank barn and fenced pastures. Grid tied solar electric system produces almost 40kW of clean electricity supplying over 100 percent of the property's electric needs. Cottage with full summer kitchen and running water sits amongst 10 acres of vinifera wine grapes and with the moderate climate and rolling terrain it provides some of the best growing conditions on the east coast. Two wells for water and invisible dog fencing.
Listing courtesy of Beiler-Campbell Realtors-Kennett Square.
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