Would love to have seen this one back in its prime! Love the name of it. Blue Hen Farm was built in 1850. It is located on .99 acres in Newark, Delaware. This home is listed on the National Register of historic Places. There are hardwood floors and wide baseboards. The property has a great old stone wall and a detached two car garage. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 3,750 square feet. $279,900
Contact Terry Mulkins with Patterson – Schwartz – Newark
From the Zillow listing:
Visit this home virtually: http://www.vht.com/434139293/IDXS – The Blue Hen Farm is an early nineteenth century farm site and residence that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places located just 1 mile north of the towns center. The residence includes 4 bedrooms, 2.1 baths with over 3700 sq ft of living space. Excellent architectural features include the original stucco covered stone section, hardwood floors throughout the main and 2nd floor, living room fireplace and a shallow-pitched gable roof outlined by a molded box cornice with partial returns. The front entrance to the residence includes a beautiful full length porch supported by Tuscan columns, six panel off-center front door framed by a transom window and sidelights. A circular wrap-around driveway provides access to the oversized detached 2 car garage. This early nineteenth century farm site and residence is in need of updating and restoration to its former grandeur with full potential for spacious historic living. This unique property provides convenient access to, downtown Newark, the UD campus, new UD Star research & technology campus, Christiana Care medical campus, Rt 1 and I-95 w/easy commutes to major employment centers in the Philadelphia, Baltimore/Washington and Wilmington DE area’s. Property being sold in As-Is condition. Sellers will make no repairs.
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