Welcome home to this beautiful Chester County Farmhouse! The ultimate mix of historic glam, this home was built in 1720 and originally utilized as a Sunday School. The 1 room schoolhouse (now the dining room) was expanded in the 18th century to include a large living room with built-in chimney cupboards, fireplace, window pay drawer; front to back hallway for light and breeze; large original 6 over 9 windows and 18" window sills. The second floor of the 18th century incarnation has 2-3 bedrooms (one with a fireplace) all with deep window sills and hand blown glass window panes, plus baths. In 2006, this historic home was completely renovated by renowned architect, Ann Ledger, into what you see today... the IDEAL home for today's buyer! The most recent addition includes an amazing custom "Current Works" kitchen which is perfect for entertaining. The kitchen features hand built cabinetry, large center island with seating and ample storage space; soapstone counters and an extra deep farm sink, Thermador Professional range and Jenn-air Convection microwave, fully integrated Sub-Zero refrigerator with Bosch dishwasher, pot filler, glass front cabinets and walk-in pantry. The kitchen opens to the family room/great room which has a French door walkout to the large patio, a 48" Rumford fireplace; walk-in hall closet, powder room, and mudroom complete this floor. Continuing with the first floor, this home also includes a walk-in butler's pantry with copper sink, 2nd dishwasher, beverage refrigerator and wine refrigerator. The second floor addition includes a large master bedroom with vaulted ceiling, his and hers dressing rooms, ensuite bath with large walk-in shower, double vanities, separate water closet, standing soaking tub plus a sitting room with a gas fireplace. The laundry area on the second floor has a beverage area with refrigerator. The renovation also expanded a third floor space into a large bedroom with en suite bath yet maintained ample attic space for storage. The exterior offers a covered front porch that overlooks the stone enclosed courtyard, a LARGE backyard patio, a potting shed and a storage shed. This home has appeared on the Tredyffrin Historic House Tour, in Chesapeake Magazine, and has won the Historical Architectural Review Board's Historical Property. Lastly, and possibly most important, this home is located in the top-ranked T/E school district.