A treasured heritage and a piece of Chester County history awaits you. Welcome to this amazing and picturesque estate, centrally located between Downingtown Boro and West Chester Boro. The old "Hawley's Mill" estate is a wonderful example of what the 1700s were all about in historic Chester County. A rare opportunity to reside in the award winning Downingtown School District in an exceptionally elegant four bedroom, two and a half bath colonial home. Originally built in the 1700's, with additions in the 1930's and further updated lovingly in the last few years, this property is situated on a truly special 20+ acres (tax assessment has 15+ acres,) of rolling countryside, native stream, luscious gardens and the most amazing entertaining spots that are hard to find anywhere else. From the moment you drive up the paver stone driveway and enter the grand foyer, lit by plenty of natural sunlight, you will instantly feel at home. Sit by one of the four fireplaces; three wood and one gas (in the Butler's Pantry) on cool nights. Casually enjoy entertaining family and friends in the gourmet kitchen with butler's pantry or host more formal evenings in the opulent dining room. Make your way out back to the truly stunning outdoor oasis overlooking views of the Brandywine River. Enjoy your morning coffee in one of the many outdoor spots especially meant for relaxation or entertaining family and friends. The bright and airy master bedroom with large bath en-suite are the perfect retreat from a long day. A peaceful and quiet night's rest will be had by all. Centrally located, and close to many treasured attractions such the shops and restaurants in both West Chester and Downingtown Boros. Buyers can look into the many boro zoning permits available here, to allow many types of use such as horses, agriculture, in home business and so much more. Work and play where you live. Do not miss this truly special estate. Must be seen to truly appreciate, schedule your private tour today! Seller offering 1 year of continued landscaping services."