Malvern Bank House of the Week: Relive History in This Storied Dwelling in Phoenixville

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A traditional home with six bedrooms and four full and two half bathrooms is available for sale in Phoenixville.

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The original structure dates back to 1770. An addition with a glass-enclosed sleeping porch was built in 1810 and the home was expanded to two stories in 1915.

White Horse Farm is nestled on 0.76 gorgeous acres. It was once home to Elijah F. Pennypacker, a member of the Pennsylvania State legislature, who later turned the property into a hub on the Underground Railroad.

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This stately mansion is filled with numerous gorgeous details, including fireplaces in nearly every room, original millwork, shadow boxes, tray ceilings, and rich wood floors.

Highlights include the ballroom with its 10-foot ceiling that has been converted into a multi-purpose great room, the island kitchen with a built-in pantry cabinet and state-of-the-art appliances, a warm and charming dining room, and the sunroom.

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The primary suite with a gas fireplace features a large sitting room and spa-like bath.

Meanwhile, the centerpiece of the fenced-in backyard is the swimming pool with a cabana that even includes a full bath.

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Read and see more of this house at 54 South White Horse Road, listed for $1,295,000, on Realtor.com.

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