Welcome to Linden Farm, an extraordinary piece of American history. This property, historically known as the Samuel Jones Farm, is where the first shots of the Battle of Brandywine were fired on September 11th, 1777. As the gateway to the battle, Linden Farm played a critical role in America's fight for independence.
Today, this property still retains all of its original glory and charm. The focal point of the farmstead is the stunning 3-story, 8 bedroom mansion house, which was expanded in 1814. The house boasts a rich history and exudes character with its period features, including original fireplaces, wide-plank floors, and handcrafted moldings.
In addition to the mansion house, Linden Farm includes a Chester County bank Barn, carriage house, springhouse, 4 seat outhouse, tack house, and shed. These structures have all been well-maintained and offer a glimpse into life on a Chester County farm in the 18th century.
The farmstead sits on 12 acres of land, providing ample space for relaxation, exploration, and recreation. The fenced-in pasture is perfect for horses. Linden Farm truly offers a unique opportunity to own a piece of American history, while enjoying the peace and tranquility of country living. Don't miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
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Listing Agent: Vincent R Cyr
Listing Office: Keller Williams Real Estate - West Chester