NOW PRICED UNDER $300,000! SELLER SAYS BRING AN OFFER - ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED! Your antiques will feel right at home in this Charming 1850 classic stone Farmhouse situated on 2.8 acres. Highly rated Springford school district and several private schools nearby to choose from. Easy commute to Glaxo Smith Kline, Providence Town Center shopping and nearby Rt 422 will get you where you need to be. Philadelphia and King of Prussia (largest mall on the east coast) also within commutable distance. Lower taxes in Upper Providence - one of the lowest tax structures in southeastern Pa. Horses welcome - BYOB (bring your own barn). Original structure has stone and brick walled kitchen and solid wood cabinets. Dining room with built in corner cabinet and nice size living room on the first floor. Random width plank flooring under carpet. Powder room also on this level. An enclosed 4 season porch leads to the duo level large deck area that overlooks the beautiful green rolling acreage. On the second level there are 2-3 bedrooms (one is a walk through to the other) and a full bath. Large walk in cedar closet for winter clothes storage. Decorative Fireplace in Master bedroom with your own spiral staircase from the first floor. Entrance to balcony deck from this bedroom invites you to survey the beautiful expanse of the back lawn. Walk up attic storage. Whole house fan draws the cool breeze through the house in summer. In winter, the heater has a propane back up system. Later addition (50 yrs young) encompasses the in-law suite (could also be used for a tenant, college student, etc) with open floor plan on the first floor. Master bedroom suite with full bath and laundry on the second floor. This addition features exposed original stonework. Total square footage is 3,420 for the combination of the original home and the addition. Three - four bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths total. That's a lot of space for whatever your needs are! Septic system and drain field are only 12 years old, and no worries. But if you prefer - public sewer is on its way. Original plaster walls through out, deep window sills, wood trim and original stone work that cannot be duplicated today. This home needs a little elbow grease and a love of centuries old architecture - are you that Buyer?