Colonial-era Brownstone Exterior

Quaker Mill House - Exterior

Quaker Mill House – Historic Property

This historic circa-1731 colonial-era stone grist mill house made of Triassic brownstone represents the architecture of Colonial Pennsylvania with the best of modern conveniences.    The property borders a trout stream, contains Triassic-era dinosaur footprints validated by the Pennsylvania State Museum, and offers 1.+ acres for children to run.

Porch and Walkway

Brownstone Porch and Walkway

Porch overlooking Fishing Creek

Porch overlooking Fishing Creek

Porch in the Morning Sunlight

Porch in the Morning Sunlight

Front Door with Keystone

Front Door with Keystone

Private Lanai attached to Master Bedroom

Private Lanai attached to Master Bedroom

Stone Exterior in the Morning Sunlight

Stone Exterior in the Morning Sunlight

20-inch original stone walls and wood beams define this original pre-Revolutionary gem in a bucolic setting of old-growth trees, mature landscaping and rolling hills.

Florida Room, Lanai and Sun Deck in the Spring

Florida Room, Lanai and Sun Deck during the Spring

Driveway and 2-car Garage

Driveway and 2-car Garage

Porch and Tall Pine in the Morning

Porch and Tall Pine in the Morning

Lanai and Sun Deck in the Summer

Lanai and Sun Deck during the Summer

Wildflowers and View from West Lawn

Wildflowers and View from West Lawn during Spring

Mill House in the Spring with Cherry Blossoms

Mill House in the Spring with Cherry Blossoms

 

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