About This 1886 Brick Victorian Farmhouse In West Grove Pennsylvania
This unique, one-of-a-kind property has been lovingly lived in by its current owner since 1972. With two date stones, 1796 and 1886, later date represents the home. The home is filled with wonderful details: pocket doors, hardwood floors, beautiful fireplaces, high ceilings, impressive open staircase, deep window sills, original radiators, some windows have indoor storm shutters, six bedrooms, butlers pantry. The walk-up attic has original water storage barrel.
In London Grove Township, this property consists of 3.4 acres including a possible building lot next to the house and possible subdivision for a third building lot. Home was built by Alfred Conard of Conard Pyle Nursery; and in 1913, Robert Pyle bought the nursery from the Conard estate. In 1952, Conard-Pyle bought the house and 3.8 acres sold it to the Gotts in 1969, who then sold in 1972. Involvement in the underground railroad before and after the Civil War add to the colorful history for this wonderful property. Discover the history on display in this beautiful home.