Farmsteads like this rarely become available-Spacious Charming Chester County Farmhouse With Period Details and Exceptional Quality Additions on 24.9 Bucolic Acres including Pond and Bank Barn. Fall In Love with this very special quality home dating back to 1765 when the original log house was constructed by Robert Wallace for reportedly whom the township was named. A massive walnut tree that stood in front of the house was documented by Dr Edward Wildman in his 1952 book " Penn's Woods" that the girth was 11.5 ft. More recently damaged by storms, the current owners had the tree milled and is currently the ceiling of the newer addition. The new addition was designed by well known architect Peter Zimmerman and featured in the Fall/Winter 2017 Early Homes Magazine. The new but timeless kitchen opens onto a terrace and all of the details have been well considered. Wide plank hardwood floors, two level island with seating, upgraded stainless appliances, wood beams, custom furniture quality cabinetry, glass accent doors, accent lighting and butlers pantry adjoin the dining/sunroom addition with decorative vaulted ceiling and nearby vaulted great room with decorative windows, wood beams, and gleaming hardwood floors. This home enjoys several fireside living areas and a first floor library/bedroom with full bath. The upper levels offer private bedrooms and bathrooms not frequently found in homes of this age. This property offers your own private oasis within the highly acclaimed Downingtown School District- a rare find. This is a must see property to fully appreciate. If walls could talk! Includes 5.2 Acre Separately Deeded Parcel.