• 69 HILLSOVER LN, MALVERN, Pennsylvania, 19355

  • $2,750,000
This classic 92 acre equestrian estate is located in the heart of the vibrant Chester County Equestrian Community and within commuting distance to New York, Philadelphia, and New Jersey. Quick access to Rts 202, 100 and the PA Turnpike. The historic stone farmhouse was originally built in the 1720's and completely renovated in 2016. The interior is elegantly upgraded, yet historic ambiance abounds. At the heart of the home is the newly renovated gourmet kitchen, wood-look porcelain floors, with new appliances and propane cooking gas. The family room, with radiant wood look porcelain floors, not only provide access and wonderful views of the equestrian facilities but also provides more casual entertaining space. The original formal dining and living room have walk-in fireplaces. Parlor room addition also features walk in fireplace, outside entrance and back staircase to second floor. Wide plank hardwood floors have been refinished to accent the historic charm and character of this home. The second floor also boast hardwood floors with four bedrooms and two full baths in total. There is a total of 40 stalls on the property in several barns including an 11 stall courtyard style barn and 17 stall barn, (2) shed rows and another 6-stall foaling barn. Newly paved driveway,reseeded pastures, new footing in outdoor ring and new fencing are just some of the renovations that have been done to the farm aspect of the property. Wonderful 10+ acre grass field with cross country jumps and dressage ring. Two bedroom barn apartment has been totally renovated. This farm has an attractive income from 2 barns and apartment with the potential for more. The property is conserved under the French & Pickering Conservancy, which does allow for construction of a 20,000 indoor arena, 2 lot property subdivision of 77 acre parcel, along with the allowance of the construction of 2 additional single family homes. DO NOT ENTER PROPERTY WITHOUT AN APPOINTMENT.
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PostedSeptember 06, 2017