Chadds Ford (Pennsylvania, US - 19317)
SOLD  $630,000

Cindy Stys Equestrian and Country Properties, Ltd.


 
Details

Address: 231 Heyburn Rd
Type: Residential
Style:  2 1/2 Story "Traditional"
Development Level: Built
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Garage: Double, Detached
Basement: Yes, Full
Size: 2,400 sq. ft.
Lot Size: ¬†2.05acres¬†
Year Built: 1860
Taxes: $5,839.00 (2021)
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Description

Coming Soon - No showings until Friday, April 30.

Lovely 4-bedroom home on a 2-acre hidden oasis in the Unionville School District. This historic home was recently restored and updated so it is ready for you to move in, settle down and make it your dream home, yet it retains much of its nineteenth century charm.

The large eat-in kitchen with center island, S/S appliances, dishwasher, brand-new fridge and farm sink features a brick fireplace with wood-burning stove that is sure to be a favorite gathering spot on chilly nights and mornings. And in warmer weather, enjoy your morning coffee or evening cocktail right outside on the large, sunny deck or covered front porch. A cozy dining room, living room, large office and full bathroom/laundry room complete the first floor. 3 bedrooms and recently remodeled bathroom are upstairs and a 4th bedroom and storage room are on the third floor. The finished basement with another wood-burning fireplace offers additional living space, family room or office with separate walkout entrance. The newer roofs, siding, bathrooms, second-floor windows have all been replaced/updated within the past two years. The hardwood floors on the first floor were just recently refinished.

The property features a lovely spring-fed pond, low-maintenance landscaping, original spring house and oversized 2-car garage with plenty of room for storage or workshop. This special property offers total tranquility just minutes from everything culturally-rich Chadds Ford and the Brandywine Valley have to offer.
 
Brokered and Advertised by:
   Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd.
 
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