Welcome to this bucolic farm tucked into the rolling hills of Chester Springs, yet only a few minutes from shopping and turnpike access. Step back into time as you enter the property that has been family owned for almost 100 years. Pass by the charming stone bank barn on your way to the stately circa 1857 3-story Farmhouse. The barn could be converted to house horses with a few stalls. There is plenty of fenced pasture for the animals of your choice! Enter the Farmhouse foyer, from the front porch and through the original front door (still locks with a skeleton key!). The facing of the home allows for optimal sunlight throughout the day. The Formal Living Room is to your left, complete with woodstove. To the right is the Formal Dining Room, currently used as a TV room by current owners. Down the main hall, you’ll find a pantry under the stairs, on your way to the enormous country kitchen. Cabinetry all around and a walk-in fireplace, currently fitted with woodstove. There’s a door to enclosed side porch, for easy grilling or enjoying a morning coffee. Overlooks the original spring house. Off the other side of the kitchen, you’ll find a mudroom/gardening room addition. Separated off is small room, with door, that’s perfect for coming in from the barn and leaving barn clothing out there. Back into the main house, there are 2 staircases up to the 2nd floor. Up the front staircase, there are 2 large bedrooms at the front of the house. At the back of the house, a large bathroom and another room that’s currently used as a laundry room and could be converted to make a 5th Bedroom. Head up to the 3rd floor, you’ll find a surprisingly nice height to the ceiling! 2 additional, sizable, Bedrooms on this floor, as well as a full bath with claw tub. Additional room currently built out for storage. Could potentially make a small bedroom or office. You’ll find charm and character at every turn. Large windows with deep windowsills, original hardwoods all through the 3 stories, original doorknobs, radiators and a clawfoot tub. Freshly painted inside and out! Newer roof. Best of all, the owners tied into public sewer and public water just last year to make less maintenance for the future owner. They did leave the well active for barn and garden use. In the top portion of the barn, there was once an apartment. It is not usable in its current condition but would make a good space for a tack room. Electric and plumbing is available. This property is enrolled in Act 319, providing very low property taxes. **ALSO** As this farm was a part of the original property that became Byers Station, part of the agreement with the developer gave the farm owner optional access to the HOA amenities. If you’d like to join, the fees are $210/Quarter and include 2 heated pools, 2 fitness centers, basketball courts, tennis courts and 2 clubhouses.