334 W Street Road
Kennett Square, PA, 19348
Baths: 3 full, 1 partial
School District: Unionville-Chadds Ford
Pennbrook Farm is an exceptional offering at an exceptional value. Amidst thousands of acres of contiguous open space in the heart of Unionville horse country, Pennbrook is a well appointed equestrian estate set on 35 level acres replete with a 24 stall Barn, a three car garage with apartment, a large riding arena, additional outbuildings, 8 fenced paddocks, a picturesque pond and pool. If building an indoor arena is on your wish list, there is plenty of available space. The well maintained and recently updated 18th century Chester County brick farmhouse comprises 6 Bedrooms, 3.1 Baths, a generous Living Room with fireplace and wet bar, Study, formal Dining Room with wonderful pastoral views, new Kitchen with stainless appliances and a spacious Family/Sun Room with access to the in-ground pool. Upstairs is a Master Suite plus five additional Bedrooms (one of which could easily be annexed by the Master Suite). The third floor, with it's two bedrooms, larve sitting room, bath and sm can also function as a spacious in-law or au pair suite, or even as a separate apartment. The manicured grounds feature numerous specimen trees, some among the oldest of their variety in Pennsylvania. Local lore has it that the farm name "Pennbrook" hails from William Penn"s use of the farm"s spring to water his horses while laying out Street Road. As there is no conservation easement on the property, there exists a tremendous tax benefit opportunity to place an easement on the farm. For generations, this farm was home to the local Swayne family who lovingly referred to it as the "Home of the Happy". The Unionville area is a highly sought after equestrian destination, and is home to numerous equestrians competing at the highest levels, including several Olympians, Hall of Fame race trainers, world class breeders, the famed New Bolton Center, and the renowned Cheshire Fox Hunt. Pennbrook is conveniently located just 5 minutes from Kennett Square and Route 1, 30 minutes from Wilmington, and 45 minutes from Philadelphia.