Farmhouse from 1900 has beautiful porch, but the dining room is one to remember

Known as the John Henry Farmhouse, this beautiful country home is absolutely full of historical character and charm. Located in Wayne, Pennsylvania, this expansive six bedroom and three bathroom home is a country paradise that seamlessly blends old world craftsmanship with modern comfort.
Originally built as a dairy farm in 1900, this farmhouse has since been thoughtfully and respectfully updated in order to preserve all of the unique details that make it a one-of-a-kind home.
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After stepping off of the mahogany-floored wraparound porch, this welcoming entryway is next on our tour. With a grand staircase at the center of the foyer, the beautiful woodwork on the banister becomes the centerpiece of the space.
The formal living room in this farmhouse includes a fireplace to help keep warm on cold New England nights. This room also features some of the beautiful crown molding that can be seen throughout this country home.
The large dining room in this farmhouse is perfect for entertaining at the holidays! With tall windows and deep windowsills for natural light and a show-stopping chandelier light fixture, every meal is sure to feel special.
This updated kitchen has been carefully restored with both beauty and practicality in mind. With a built-in pantry, sub zero refrigerator, and rear patio access, this room will please both chefs and diners alike.
For casual relaxation and fun, look no further than this spacious and full-of-light family room! Complete with a wet bar and a gas fireplace, this room is a cozy and fun spot to entertain all year 'round.
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After a long day, can't you just imagine relaxing in this great bedroom? One of six bedrooms in the house, this room is furnished in a tasteful combination of classic elegance and modern glamor, with an antique sleigh bed pulling the whole room together.
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