Follow beautiful Indian Run Creek as it winds its way through Chester county and you will arrive at this Historic Farmhouse with its six picturesque acres. The main home was built in the 1740s and was occupied by a Civil War Captain in the 1870s. The current owner is a horseman and "history buff" and has taken meticulous care to showcase the house's character and early American ambiance while also updating the home with modern amenities. The home has an updated kitchen with granite countertops and wood cabinets that opens up to a spacious dining area with original/restored hard wood floors and an open family room with original hard wood floors and a wood burning stove. Walk up the wooden staircase to the second floor which features a master bedroom with a private bathroom, two additional roomy bedrooms and hall bathroom. The top floor features a suite with a large bedroom with an attached sitting room. The ground floor of the home is oozing with character and charm and has been restored to its original 18th century beauty featuring beamed ceilings, hard wood floors, stone hearth and a renovated powder room. There is a fully fenced-in horse pasture, a beautiful 2-story barn with horse stalls on the ground floor and a workshop with new electric service on the 2nd floor. Continue to walk around the property and you will find a picturesque creek near a stone spring house, a greenhouse and a shed to store all of your farm supplies. The house is nestled amongst some of the most serene sights in Chester County and is directly across from Springton Manor park which features over 500 acres of park land to ride bikes, walk, run, or take your horse for long rides. Subdivision possible.