958 Plumsock is on a quiet country road and is situated on 8.7 acres in Willistown Township. The property has great views and many elevations from flat and sunny to steep and wooded. A portion of the property is in the Brandywine Conservancy and the 8.7 acres cannot be sub divided. This particular 8.7 acre parcel includes a creek that is a tributary of the Ridley Creek. The property is also immediately adjacent to the first Indian reservation in Pennsylvania a 500 acre reservation for the Lenape. Over the years the land grant was subdivided several times and many of the names of previous owners listed on the title are recorded on tombstones in the Friends Meeting House located at the north end of Plumsock. The home has about 2400 sq ft according to public records. The original portion was constructed around 1940 and was restored in the late seventies, in 1992 an addition was constructed and the home was remodeled, there is a full finished walk out basement along with a front porch, multi level deck and patio.