Charlestown Township Home Combines Historic Charm with Modern Amenities


It’s easy to see why Ashley Caplan and her husband Blake decided to buy the charming stone farmhouse in Charlestown Township four years ago, writes Shannon Rooney for the Philadelphia Inquirer.

The renovated home, originally constructed in 1732, now offers the perfect combination of historic charm and modern amenities.

“The home is a unique blend of old and new, with the highest quality finishes,” said Ashley.

The home was renovated 13 years ago by the previous owner, who upgraded both the kitchen and bathrooms and installed heated floors. The home was in such good shape that the Caplans had very little work to do.

“During our time in the home, we invested in the landscape architecture and gardens,” said Ashley.

They have also had plenty of time to enjoy one of their favorite parts of the home: the in-ground pool with stunning views of the landscaped gardens and Pickering Valley below.

“It offers the most incredible view of sunsets in Chester County,” said Ashley. But sadly, career changes have meant they have had to list the property for sale.

“The next owner will be very enchanted by this magical place,” she said.

Read more about the Charlestown Township home in the Philadelphia Inquirer here.

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