A charming stone house in Elverson, PA with seven bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms was featured in the New York Times
' "What You Get For..." column.
This house is on more than 22 acres, neighboring a farm and a 535-acre county park. Horse and walking trails lead directly from the property into the park. Closer to the center of town is a historic district with residential and commercial buildings dating to the 18th and 19th centuries, in styles including Craftsman, Gothic and Queen Anne...Original features include some hardwood floors, molding, trim and exposed wood ceiling beams. The living room is about 630 square feet, with a fireplace. French doors open to a screened-in porch with views of magnolia and Kentucky coffeetrees. The fireplace in the dining room is almost large enough to walk into. Off the kitchen is an octagonal sunroom with five large arched windows overlooking a pond...The spring-fed pond is suitable for swimming and skating. There is a nine-stall barn with an apartment upstairs.
Original source: The New York Times
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