Preservation is not about the past, it is about the future! This lovely home and springhouse were built in the early 1700s by Ralph Pyle, one of the original families who settled in Concord Township. The house, springhouse and barn are all listed as Class 1 historic resources on the Township's inventory. The property makes an excellent farmette. The property connects to 23 acres of existing Township-owned lands, and is adjacent to the 15-acre St. John's Episcopal Church property. The historic Penn Oak tree, which is over 300 years old is situated on the line of St. John's Church property, is being preserved. The home is move-in ready. The property consists of 3.9 acres and cannot be subdivided. The existing structures cannot be removed and the meadow to the right of the driveway cannot be changed. Property can be used as an Airbnb. The property is also close to the Octorara Trail, state of Delaware, convenient to 202 which provides north/south access. Shopping located along Route 202 at Glen Eagle Village & Old Ridge Village and along Rt 1 Shoppes at Concord and Brinton Lake Village.
Listing courtesy of Weichert Realtors.
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