About This 1750 Stone House In Phoenixville Pennsylvania
Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of history! Built in the 1700’s, it’s said that General Howe of the British Army stayed here at some point during the American War of Independence. Used for a number of different businesses since then, its most current use is as an upholstery/restoration workshop and successful antique shop. Time for a new owner, only your creativity limits what these beautiful buildings become next!
Situated on a major intersection, these two buildings have great exposure to passing traffic. The thatched roof building is a pre-1750 stone house with antique hardware/shutters, an original beehive oven, walk in fireplace with beautiful sycamore beams, a working bathroom on the main level, and the original sleeping quarters on the second floor with original fireplace. The stone building is a Chester County Field Stone Farm House c. 1760-1770 with a stone addition c.1810-1820 complete with beautiful exposed interior stone wall, three fireplaces, deep window sills, enclosed yard, and antique hardware/shutters. Come see the potential for yourself!