MLS® ID: PACT475122
1256 MILLER ROAD
POTTSTOWN, Pennsylvania, 19465 $699,000
Stunning 1.70 acre Historical Chester County Farmhouse treasure, blends colonial elegance and charm with modern convenience. The original house was built in the late 1700~s and early 1800~s - the house was basically stripped down to its ~historical bones~ and rebuilt in 2003. As a result, everything is 16 years old or less. The characteristics that you expect and love in a historical home are all here!...clever architectural details, built-in bookcases, trim, niches and random-width wooden floors. It has been well maintained and thoughtfully upgraded with a modern kitchen, updated baths and infrastructure improvements including plumbing, 2-zone central air, new HVAC, a large hot water heater, home security, a high-efficiency propane furnace and more. This home also features cedar shingle and metal roofs. The large, spacious kitchen features custom cabinets and a large custom-built island, stainless steel appliances including gas range and an extra oven. The main level also features the dining room, family room, game room, office, powder room and laundry room. The 2nd floor, with 8' ceilings, features 3 bedrooms, a second office space or comfortable television viewing room and two full bathes. The master bedroom suite offers an updated master bath, walk in closet with built-in shelving and a built-in desk. The fourth bedroom is located on the 3rd floor with access to an attic crawl space. A full, unfinished basement offers ample storage space. Outside, custom designed paver patios are located on either end of the home and are connected with a walkway that spans the back of the home. The patios overlook a lush backdrop of specimen trees and flowering shrubs and set the scene for easy entertaining and day to day living. The large back yard offers wonderful views of the adjacent owner~s pond and a professionally landscaped front yard enhance the home's exterior charm. This home is situated at an ideal distance from the street and offers privacy and serenity. This property also includes a detached garage/gardening shed/artist studio, which has been updated with structural improvements and has its own electrical service. The home's exterior features field stone, deep set windows and a front porch on the right section of house. The property was established by a land grant (and subsequently subdivided many times over) from William Penn. The sellers have been told by locals that the house was part of the underground railroad during the Civil War. Become the next chapter in this home's long history- live in this grand home, create your own history, and have stories to tell with your family and friends!