The Bodine Manor House: Dating from the 1780s, this fully-restored and preserved stone colonial home, with over-sized rooms, beamed ceiling, hand-sawn chestnut floors and the original walk-in fireplace with cooking crane and later inglenook, is the anchor of Pigeon Run Farm, a fully-protected country estate on almost 14 private acres. From 1903 to 1912 William Bodine added two wings (north and south) to the original Pennsylvania farmhouse, increasing the living space to 4,820 square feet plus a full basement and stand-up attic. These additions complement the original architectural design in virtually every detail and include crown moldings and chair rails, built-in cabinetry and a butler's pantry plus 3 additional fireplaces: in the master bedroom, a second bedroom and the dining room (surrounded by an Adams-style mantle.) The master suite includes a dressing room and covered porch overlooking the original orchard. The owners have recently completed a 20-year restoration, blending and preserving the antique elements with renovations for today's living. These include a state-of-the-art chef's kitchen with a dual-fuel 48" DCS professional range, Sub-Zero refrigerator, granite island with Miele dishwasher, microwave closet, double and single sinks, custom-built cabinetry, and spacious pantry with period glass-front cabinetry, while retaining the private kitchen garden and screened-in porch for dining. The 3 full baths have been completely renovated with marble, Italian tiles and top-of-the-line fixtures. The property offers old apple and pear trees, massive mature trees, woodlands, a stone carriage house fitted with 3 horse stalls, and the remains of a huge Chester County bank barn. Consisting of rolling meadows and lush woodlands this property is ideal for horses or as a private gentleman's farm. This historic residence is an excellent example of a true period restoration. Call today for your personal showing.