Malvern Bank House of the Week: Historic Dutch Colonial Built in Maryland in 1751, Reassembled in Chester Springs

Mark Hostutler
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A Dutch Colonial with four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms is available for sale in Chester Springs.

This one-of-a-kind sanctuary is set on a 6.3-acre lot that offers a combination of untamed areas and manicured spaces. It’s also home to a modern, two-story barn and a three-car garage.

The Hamilton House was originally constructed in 1751 in Charlestown, Md. It was moved to Chester Springs and reassembled in 1991. Over the years, modern updates and amenities have been perfectly blended with the historic features of a unique residence.

The many highlights include an eat-in kitchen with fireplace and a spacious living and sitting room. There is also a charming dining room with a nook.

Additionally, the first floor includes an office, den, laundry room, and powder room.

Meanwhile, the second floor is home to the master suite with private bath, a custom fireplace, and beautiful window views. There are three additional bedrooms and two bathrooms on this level, along with a dressing room.

Downstairs, the unfinished basement features a game room and workout space.

Read and see more of this house at 954 Drovers Lane, listed for $1,575,000, on Realtor.com here.

Check out VISTA Today’s previous Houses of the Week here.

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