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A beautiful home such as this, comes along once in a lifetime. This 18th Century brick and fieldstone farmhouse has been maintained and historically renovated keeping the architectural and structural integrity of the home. The 1, 700 sq ft addition that was added by the current homeowners, brings in wonderful light and takes advantage of the views from the interior spaces. Stones found during demolition were reused in the arched stone wall of the covered porch and elsewhere. The final renovations include a two story addition with a master suite, a transformation of the old closed off formal dining room to a family room; updates to the kitchen, including a stone fireplace, which opens to the dining area filled with windows that overlook the backyard; a remodeled laundry, bathroom and entryway; a geothermal heating/cooling system. According to the Kennett Square Historical Society the original portion of the house, the central section followed a plan laid out by Letitia Penn, the daughter of William Penn, hence the name "Penn's Plan"