This historic farmhouse in Malvern, Pennsylvania has been expanded throughout the years to create a stunning blend of new and old.
Known as “Les Petits Bois” because in the 1800’s, a French professor created the first addition to the original 1730’s stone home. In the 1990’s, Peter Zimmerman Architects seamlessly blended the most recent addition. The result is an elegant combination of beauty & history.
It is fascinating to see the exposed stone walls of the original home.
Check out the spacious kitchen:
A lovely breakfast area flooded with light:
Such a happy space for morning Cheerios!
This 5 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home offers style, comfort, and historical authenticity.
The house features restored and original random-width hardwood flooring, walls with exposed stone, original hardware, hand hewn ceiling beams, an impressive walk-in stone fireplace, stained glass leaded windows, and 2 staircases.
The rooms are all impressive, but perhaps none more than the bedroom suites…
The blue room is gorgeous, but check out the pink room:
Pennsylvania? Or the French countryside? It’s just marvelous!
And here’s a fun one for the youngsters…
The property also includes a spacious guest house next to the main house:
It even has its own kitchen:
Situated on 3.7 private acres, the property also includes a pool surrounded by slate patio, a pool cabana, an English greenhouse, an over-sized 2 car garage, a potting shed and the original barn.
Price for all this beautiful luxury and history?