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Historic c.1843 Vaux Hill Estate Reduced to $2.79M, Prev. $9M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Historic c.1843 Vaux Hill Estate Reduced to $2.79M, Prev. $9M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Historic c.1843 Vaux Hill Estate Reduced to $2.79M, Prev. $9M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
February 19
11:08 2019


Historic c.1843 Vaux Hill Estate Reduced to $2.79M, Prev. $9M

1248 Pawlings Road, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, United States, 19460

Welcome to what is arguably the most beautiful estate available in all of Pennsylvania. The Fatland Estate, also known as Vaux Hill, is a spectacular and historic 11.29 acre property dating back to c.1843. It features a beautifully renovated, restored and expanded Greek Revival Mansion designed by renowned Philadelphia architect, John Haviland. There’s more than 11,300 square feet of space with seven bedrooms, two full and three half bathrooms. The property changed hands several times over the years and ended up being purchased by Robert and Barbara Safford, avid antique and art collectors, in 1991. Expansive principal rooms on the main level include large windows and doors overlooking the terraces and Valley Forge National Park beyond. The property also includes an elegant pool, pool house, tennis court and horse pastures. Many of the home’s lavish contents, including rare antiques, were auctioned by Freeman’s Auction in 2013, some of which can be seen here. Today the home sits empty awaiting a new owner to cherish and enjoy it. Be sure to take the amazing 3D walkthrough tour! It’s been reduced to $2,790,000 $3,950,000 and is listed with Keller Williams Realty Group.





  











 

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