The porch on this gorgeous 1830 farmhouse was built to impress

The Edith Wharton House, located in Berwyn, Pennsylvania, is a charming and historic farmhouse, circa 1830. Thoughtful and respectful upgrades and restorations over the years have helped to create the showpiece of a home that this farmhouse is today.
Surrounded by park-like grounds in a tranquil part of town, this country home has idyllic views that are only paralleled by its unique and lovely construction. Let's take a look at this one-of-a-kind home.
The front wraparound porch of the Edith Wharton House is a spacious and welcoming- the perfect spot to relax on a comfortable old rocking chair with a glass of sweet tea!
However, if front-porch lounging isn't your style, this wraparound porch extends to the sides of the home for more private and secluded relaxation spots. This set of wicker porch furniture is a beautiful and comfy way to decorate!
A backyard complete with gardens, patios, pergolas, and fountains practically begs to be used for outdoor entertaining. Hello, cookouts!
This farmhouse features both a formal living room and dining room, both of which are outfitted with gas fireplaces for cold winter nights. Elegant high ceilings and tall windows help fill this room full of natural light, making it an inviting spot for a family dinner.
This living room features just some of the incredibly ornate millwork that can be seen throughout the home. Other special touches, such as a stained glass window, truly make this farmhouse a one-of-a-kind.
The spacious gourmet kitchen in this country home has been updated for all the conveniences of modern living! Hardwood cabinetry and top-end appliances are sure to please even the most meticulous chef.
This country kitchen even features an eat-in area for casual dining. And with those gorgeous views of the idyllic grounds, who wouldn't want to start their day out here?
After a long day at work, sometimes all you need is a place to unwind. If you're not busy relaxing in the den, complete with a wet bar and flat screen TV, kick up your feet in one of this home's six bedrooms and enjoy a home that hearkens back to a simpler, slower time.
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