Panoramic views surround a gracious home and equestrian barns at Chester County’s Delchester Farm. First constructed by one of the financiers of the Revolutionary War, this country retreat was later expanded by renowned architects Willing, Sims, and Talbutt and extensively renovated in the last 20 years.
This first-rate facility includes an outdoor sand dressage ring, turnout sheds; a 13-stall barn, a finished tack room, a heated wash stall, and a groom’s apartment. A large hay shed and tool building stand nearby.
From the Brandywine Conservancy Easement Document
Outdoor entertaining spaces include multiple bluestone patios, both covered and uncovered; grassy terraces, and a recently renovated oval swimming pool.
The spacious kitchen has a French country feel, with cream-colored woodwork, lighter wide-plank hardwood floors, coffered ceilings, an arched window and set of French doors, an enormous black granite island, and ten-foot ceilings that continue throughout the home.
High-end appliances include a six-burner Viking stove, glass Traulsen refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher and convection oven.
The master suite has an arched ceiling, intricately carved marble fireplace, built-in entertainment center, and French doors to a private balcony with attractive ironwork.