Little Valley Farm enjoys a secluded location offering uncompromising privacy. The restored and significantly expanded Chester County stone farmhouse was completed under the direction of renowned architect John Milner. It provides the perfect blend of historic understated charm, and all the needs and luxuries the most discerning owner can enjoy. Furthermore, the property includes a beautiful Chester County stone and frame bank barn, an oversized pool and spa with brick surroundings, and a 3-4 bedroom guest house. The main house boasts a well equipped country kitchen, open to a large breakfast "porch" and adjacent to an office with 3 built in desks. The kitchen overlooks the fmly room, complete with fireplace, wood paneling surround, built in cabinetry, and double glass French doors leading to a covered porch with expansive views of the grounds and ponds. Rounding out the main floor are the fmly and formal entries, pantry, formal dining room, 2nd office with powder room, formal living room and sun room. The gorgeous sun room, doubling as an entrance for the pool; includes a bar, seating area, book shelves, and provides the plant lover convenient indoor watering and growing opportunities. 5 Bedrooms, 4 full and 2 half baths. A highlight of the second floor is the ensuite master bedroom with a deck overlooking the valley view, and including a dressing area with 2 built in dressers and 2 walk in closets, and a full master bath with soaking tub and separate shower. Truly too much to fully describe in this all encompassing property. A series of ponds are fed by a branch of the Crum Creek. A perfect blend of wooded landscape provides privacy with plenty of open meadows all for fantastic light, views and tranquility. Willistown Township is known for its open space ethic and Little Valley Farm is no exception, yet the property is Convenient to Philadelphia, the Main Line, 202 business corridor, the Paoli R5 and Amtrak station under construction, PHL and Brandywine airports, West Chester and first rate cultural, educational and recreational institutions. Two parcels under conservation easement being sold together.
About this Area
Malvern is a quaint borough and a member of Philadelphia’s Main Line suburbs. Like Bala Cynwyd on the far eastern side of the Main Line, the area was founded by Welsh immigrants who purchased land from William Penn. The area continues to evolve. From a small town built around an inn into the modern, engaging borough that exists today, Malvern is moving forward.
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