Situated on the border of Chester and Delaware counties, Mill Hollow Farm harkens back to the days when the beauty and abundance of the natural world were paramount. A half mile private drive leads you to a fully secluded farm, consisting of a beautiful stone 6 bedroom farmhouse on an app 14 acre parcel and a clapboard/stone 4 bedroom tenant house on app 4 acres (4707 West Chester Pike), surrounded by preserved and protected land with trail access to Radnor Hunt horse country. Most recently a gentleman's farm, the historical uses of the property date back to the late 1700's when grist and cotton mills were prevalent in the area. Many beautiful stone features from that era remain, as well as a wonderful swimming hole in the high-quality waters of Crum Creek which borders the property. The main house has a gracious floor plan, with exquisite wood floors throughout, wonderful old millwork and light filled windows. A Walter Durham renovation was done in the late 1920's and a full renovation of the plumbing and electrical system was done in 1998. There is a beautiful stone patio and terraced perennial garden on the side of the house, as well as a brand new front porch with mahogany flooring and white oak beams. Across the drive sits a 4 bedroom tenant house which creates an ideal family compound, a terrific rental property or possibly a caretakers home. There are several stone outbuildings on the property dating back to the late 18th Century and the surrounding acreage consists of rolling hills, wooded trails, and beautiful open space. Mill Hollow is fifteen minutes driving distance from Malvern, West Chester, Bryn Mawr and Media and only 30 minutes from downtown Philadelphia. If you are looking for privacy, proximity to culture and conveniences, as well as a unique and special environment, this property offers what you need. Enjoy the aerial video tour by clicking on the video icon at top.