1740 Sandstone Farmhouse built by John Herr, Relative of Hans Herr, founder of the nearby 1719 Hans Herr House, now museum. Strasburg Mennonite Church met in the large attic from 1740 until early 1800’s. The home was completely restored in 1975 under the direction of renowned Chester County architect, John Milner. This one-of-a-kind property has not been available to purchase since that time and now it is your chance make it your own. The home sits high on the hill and has commanding views of neighboring farmland, pasture and pond that is included on the property. Numerous mature shade trees, private gold fish pond, stone walls, barn foundation and brick patios create a unique estate. 3900 sq. ft. including, 4 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths, 4 fireplaces, wood floors, wavy window panes and much more. Roof, furnace, electrical system and well have been replaced or updated within the last ten years. Pasture pond stocked with 75 Catfish and 7 Carp in July 2019. Home is listed in the Strasburg Regional Comprehensive Plan as a property with significant historical value.
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