What Goes On In Real Estate And Chester County

We are happy to share with our visitors some interesting information on a regular basis.

Looking For A Spectacular Country Home?

We can't tell you everything about this hidden gem just yet, but we can tell you that this spectacular property sits on 22+ perfectly landscaped acres and that it qualifies for any interior magazine article. This meticulously kept home is the perfect mix of style, luxury, homeliness, history, excentric charm and elegant representation. This listing will go active soon and we cannot wait to share more about it! 

Chester County Luxury Estate

Special Chester Springs Historic Home Featured in County Lines Magazine

When we were trusted with representing and selling Lower Pine Creek Mill, we were super excited as properties like this rarely comes on the market. It is not only beautiful and historic, but it is the perfect place for a large family or a group of friends to live separately yet together. Naturally, we were thrilled when County Lines Magazine decided to give the property the attention it deserves in this lovely article featured in the April issue! 

County Lines Magazine Home of the Month

 

County Lines Magazine Home of the Month

 

 

 

 

Holly Gross Group Honored For Successful Sales Record

We are so proud to share that we were honored at the Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Annual Convention on March 13th! Stewart went out to Arizona to represent us as Holly herself was unable to attend, and we had the pleasure of recieving not one, but two awards.

The 15 Year Legend Award is the highest sales award in Berkshire Hathaway and is achieved after 15 years in the Chairman's Circle; a position exclusive to the highest selling agents in the company. In addition to that, we also received the Platinum Level (once again!), which is the highest level in the Chairman's Circle and puts us at the Top 0.5% of Berkshire Hathaway Agents in the nation

It is always encouraging and inspiring when one's hard work is recognized. We are also deeply thankful to all of our wonderful clients that we have had the pleasure to work with throughout the years.  

 

Holly Gross Group 2016 Berkshire Hathaway Chairmans Award

Holly Gross Group Awards

Berkshire Hathaway Convention

Amazing Renovation Of An Old Chester County Cottage.

Before and after pictures are always fun and inspiring to look at, but when we saw what had been done to 107 Galvin Circle, our jaws literally dropped. When Megill Homes, a builder, bought this property in 2010, the house was falling apart and it basically seemed like there was nothing to save. However, Megill Homes looked passed the deteriorated facade and the murky interior with its peeling walls and created an absolutely stunning home that won the prestigious Pyramide Award in 2010 for Best Residential Renovation in Chester and Delaware County!

Take a look at the inspiring photos below! And if you want to learn more about 107 Galvin Circle, click here.

 107 Galvin Circle Before and After

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107 Galvin Circle Before and After 3

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Clippety-Clop!

There are always a lot of things going on in Chester County, PA. This unique area with it's scenic landscape and beautiful architecture has so much to offer everone, of all ages. One of the annual highlights is coming up this Friday, when the Budweiser Clydesdales deliver spirits to the watering holes in downtown West Chester. The town residents fill the sidewalks to watch these powerful animals pass by along Gay Street and Market Street. We've also heard that they are getting tacked up outside the police station, so that's probably the place to be if you want to get a closer look at the giant horses... 

 

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Photo from DowntownWestChester.com 

Local Treasure Trifecta - Warwick Furnace Farm In County Lines Magazine

As we have mentioned before, we are proudly representing French & Pickering Creeks Conservation Trust in the sale of the historic Warwick Furnace Farm. The trust acquired Warwick Furnace in 2015 and preserved 1,200 acres of land through a joint effort with local, regional and national groups. It's truly a special place for many reasons; something that County Lines Magazine is acknowledging in their September issue! It's a lovely article about the property and if you can't read it in the printed copy, you can read it here. Here's a preview of the article:

County Lines Online Local Treasure Trifecta

 

 

 

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