Your chance to own a piece of Phoenixville's history! Once a part of the historic district, this large Second Empire Mansion was originally built in 1872 by the Vanderslice family with the current family having owned the home since 1925. Over the years the single mansion was converted into 2 residences and an opportunity to own one has not come up in 32 years. Sitting high atop Vanderslice Street enjoy the views of downtown Phoenixville that stretch for miles or take just a short walk over the bridge to the shops and restaurants. Some of the features of this unique home include: 10.5' ceilings on the first floor, 9' solid mahogany pocket doors, original 12" baseboard, original hardwood flooring, slate mansard roof, and decorative faux fireplaces in both the living & dining rooms. The original porch on the first floor has been converted into a room with its own entrance from Vanderslice St which could be used as an office, craft room, playroom or sitting room. The grand parlor/living room and dining room are separated by beautiful pocket doors. Large oversized windows flood the rooms with natural light. On the second floor is the main large bathroom, 2 nice sized bedrooms plus the master bedroom with incredible views of downtown Phoenixville. The third floor is unheated but offers 3 additional rooms with finished walls and original wood flooring. A full bath could be added creating a master retreat. The walk out basement is clean and dry and offers a second full bathroom with stand up shower. The driveway is located in the back off High St with a large yard and 1 car detached garage. Updated windows throughout and roof replaced approx 2006. Home has been converted to gas heat with low energy expense. Dont miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity!
About this Area
Chester County is one of Pennsylvania’s three original counties created by William Penn in 1682. Located approximately 45 minutes west of Philadelphia, its population is almost 500,000, according to the 2010 U.S. Census. The area’s wealthiest residents are a mix of old and new money. A large chunk of Philadelphia’s western Main Line suburbs are in Chester County along with well-appointed,...
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