NEW HOPE, PA: (June 2, 2011) – Forty members and guests of the Horsham Preservation & Historical Association toured the Kenderdine Mill complex, formally known as Millbrook, in Horsham. The property currently is listed for sale with Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty. The agent is Susan Ravenscroft, a lifelong resident of Philadelphia’s Main Line.
The 10.3-acre property consists of three expertly restored fieldstone buildings: an 1815 mill owner’s residence; an 1858 barn, now a three-bedroom, 3.1-bath guesthouse; and a 1734 four-story Kenderdine Gristmill with original wooden machinery & a one-bedroom apartment.
The property was restored by its previous owner, Ronald Mintz.
“It was very nice to see so many people excited about the property,” said Susan Ravenscroft. “They seemed to really appreciate and understand what has gone into preserving this very historical corner of Horsham.”
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