Farm house

1741 Malvern Farm House on 19 acres has just been put up for sale for $2.5million

MALVERN, PA – A new listing on the Malvern-area real estate market dates from the days before the American Revolution and it can be yours for $2.5 million.

This South Warren Avenue farmhouse sits on 19 acres and was built in 1741.

It has three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a pool surrounded by flagstone tiles, a fireplace and more.

See the full list below:

  • Address: 816 S Warren Ave, Malvern, Pennsylvania
  • Price: $2,475,000
  • Square feet: 4644
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3 full bathrooms and 2 half baths
  • Built: 1741
  • Features: Available for the first time in decades! Chester County’s quintessential stone farmhouse on 19 acres, opposite the Radnor Hunt Pony Club, and surrounded by other properties also under conservation easement, in the heart of Willistown Township’s well-known conservation area. Additional building options available per conservation easement. The Samuel Pennock House dates from around 1740 and was extended during the 19th and 20th centuries. The property features a 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath home with wide, random-width floors, a fireplace with a welcome window, plus an adjoining 2-bedroom, one-bath guest suite . Updated kitchen with granite counter tops, newer cabinets and stainless steel appliances. The two structures are connected by a glazed conservatory with radiant-heated brick floors. Enjoy all four seasons with space large enough to live, eat and garden. Tiered brick patios line the entire rear of the house with southern exposure, views of pasture and pond, pool surrounded by stone flagstones. Ideal for entertaining. Massive three storey stone barn from the 1700s with multi-car garage built in the 1990s with heated collectors. Willistown History. Come experience the countryside of Willistown Township while having access to the Main Line, West Chester, PHL Airport, R5 and Amtrak Station. So much potential in an unbeatable location.

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