Historic House Listings

Stone house built in 1780! Over two acres in Pennsylvania. $210,000

January 31, 2023

This 18th century stone house has seen better days, but the interior surprised me a bit! The home was built in 1780. It is located on 2.24 acres in Elverson, Pennsylvania. The home features hardwood floors, exposed beams, turned staircase and chair rails. There is a large fireplace that was once to cooking hearth. The home was lived in up until last year. There is updated plumbing and electric. One bedroom, one bathroom and 2,002 square feet. $210,000

Contact Jerry Buffa with Coldwell Banker Realty: 610-373-9900

From the Zillow listing:


Circa 1780 Historic Stone Farmhouse which was originally part of most of the land in the area of the Hopewell Furnace and French Creek located in Warwick Township. Situated on a 2.24 +/- acre lot with gorgeous views! Farmhouse contains the original open hearth fireplace for cooking and was lived in until last year. Bring your vision, the potential for this home is amazing, whether it’s a complete restoration or tear down. Pex plumbing and electric, including meter box were updated in 2010. The propane hot water heater and electric hot water tank were also updated in 2010, during the cold spell the heater didn’t work and the water heater pipe froze, causing some water damage, it has been fixed and is running again. ****************DO NOT ENTER IN THE BACK EMPTY ADDITION…IT IS NOT SAFE*******************



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