One of Chester County's largest and most scenic farms is now available for purchase. The 309-acre Crebilliy Farm, owned by the same family since 1937, has been listed for sale by Lisa Yakulis of Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty’s Mail Line...
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Farm and Ranch Properties
West Chester Area
This Property is Currently Contract Pending
About 501 West Street Road
One of Chester County's largest and most scenic farms is now available for purchase. The 309-acre Crebilliy Farm, owned by the same family since 1937, has been listed for sale by Lisa Yakulis of Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty’s Mail Line office.
A favorite property in Westtown Township, Crebilly Farm features every necessary ingredient for those interested in a pastoral living environment, agricultural, livestock or equestrian pursuits. Several notable barns, including a classic Pennsylvania forebay barn, a rare Chester County bank barn and a large horse barn with stalls, a tack room, feed room and wash stall are among the essential structures. Supporting elements, including a blacksmith shop, carriage house, corn crib and storage sheds are all in place. Extensive paddocks and pastures, rolling hills, and a pond add to the property’s beauty. Crebilly Farm has enjoyed the careful stewardship of its current owners, and their love of the property will benefit the next owners.
“The ideal buyers will be people who are moved by the breathtaking vistas and complete privacy year-round and who value the fabulous historic buildings, barns, equestrian facility and agricultural potential”, says Yakulis. “It’s a spectacular oasis in a coveted and convenient location.”
Crebilly Farm also has a unique private chapel, created from a stone spring house by noted historic preservation architect John Milner. This peaceful space is a retreat for contemplation and meditation. In addition, the 309 acres include three houses: and early plaster-over-stone farmhouse, a farm cottage and a c. 1959 single-story residence. A serpentine stone farmhouse on 6 acres and the property’s main residence, also designed by Milner and on 15 acres, are not offered at this time.