Applebrook – Overlooking the 18th

Welcome to 347 Applebrook Dr

– Overlooking The 18th Fairway of Applebrook Golf Club

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Relax and enjoy the view from your well appointed patio





An Open and Welcoming Entry – Living and Dining rooms flank the Entry Foyer – An open and inviting Family Room





Family Room is open to the Kitchen and Breakfast Rooms – Abundant natural light and ample views of the Fairway




First Floor Master Suite



Finished Lower Level with Wine Room and Exercise area



The Nairn Model with First Floor Master Suite



The First Floor Plan with First Floor Master Suite




The Second Floor Plan includes Three Bedrooms, Two Full Baths and a Study







Overlooking the 18th fairway of Applebrook Golf Club

– and the lush rolling hills of Chester County

Southern and SouthEastern Exposures

– with a view up the 18th Fairway towards The Clubhouse


The Clubhouse at Applebrook

– The perfect place to watch a spectacular Chester County Sunset with Friends


From the Club website:

Applebrook upholds and respects golf’s richest traditions. Relying on the classic elements of golf course architecture, the course was designed as a “traditional” design paying tribute to the world’s oldest courses. We are a “walking” golf club and therefore maintain one of the finest caddie programs in the country.

The lush rolling hills and picturesque views that are enjoyed at Applebrook Golf Club was land formerly known as “Applebrook Farm”. Robert Williams originally owned this fertile farmland, located just outside the Historic village of Goshenville. He was the first settler in Goshen. The land was deeded to Williams in 1680 from William Penn and it is one of the earliest Penn Land Grants in Chester County. The original Williams’ homestead, circa 1702 still remains on East Boot Road.


Recent Comparable Sales:



A rare and exciting opportunity to enjoy this exclusive setting


The last two sales on either side of this home sold privately


Reach out to us today to secure your appointment




Deborah E Dorsey