This masterfully restored home built before the Revolution has a modern mindset. The impressive home started life in York County, Pennsylvania, and its enviable antique architectural elements and masterful updates make this property as much of a find as its prized location in Chateau Country. The stone and log structure was moved to its current location in the 1960s at which time a sizable addition was added using reclaimed antique elements to maintain the historical relevance. The home possesses all the characteristics that appeal to a modern buyer. Consider an open floor plan between the renovated kitchen, family room and dining room; an owner's suite with a luxurious bathroom; a finished basement with bar and Sub-Zero; a sunroom and greenhouse; an abundance of storage space; and plenty of outdoor living spaces. The chef"s kitchen includes a Sub-Zero cleverly tucked behind an original door, a 6-burner Wolf range with double ovens, Madura Gold granite countertops, including an island and breakfast bar, custom cabinetry from Waterbury Designs with distressed patina, original corner cabinet, and original pine floors. At the same time, it clearly appeals to history buffs and antiques aficionados, who will admire the stone and log construction, the 18th-century sun-dried bricks, the 18th-century locks and hardware, and variety of 18th century random-width wood floors. Endless windows bring the outdoors in, while two sizable patios allow for full enjoyment of the serene setting. The well-manicured 4.77 acre lot contains 3 cascading ponds leading via stream to a large pond suitable for fishing, canoeing and kayaking. The property will indeed remind you of a country estate, yet it's near downtown Wilmington, Chadds Ford and Kennett Square.