6th Annual Historic House Tour Rain or Shine
Saturday, September 25
12 Noon - 5 PM Tickets: $35
You Don't want to miss this opportunity!
6th Annual Historic House Tour
Old House Have Stories to Tell!6th Annual Historic House Tour
Old houses tell wonderful stories, and the houses of Tredyffrin and Easttown Townships have many tales to tell. On Saturday, September 25 the Tredyffrin Historic Preservation Trust's 6th Annual Historic House Tour will open doors to our community's past.
This year's tour will spotlight Berwyn and Strafford neighborhoods by opening the doors to eight private homes; three homes in Easttown Township and five homes in Tredyffrin Township. Featured houses span 18th, 19th and 20th centuries and offer visitors an opportunity to experience Chester County history through original, restored and historically significant homes.

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The Houses on the Tour are as Diverse as their Owners!
Buttonwood Farm - For Sale
This year's eight houses include a Chester County hunting lodge; an unusual 'house within a house' that lays claim to a resident ghost; an early R. Brognard Oakie original; a Colonial Revival mansion that boasts a hidden servant staircase and Howerton Hill, a1911 home whose history of past owners reads like a racy Danielle Steele novel. Another home on the tour was constructed in 1939 but uses building materials and architecture from the mid-1800's and fools the untrained eye. There are two horse farms featured on the tour, a pre-revolutionary stone farmhouse in a pastoral setting and an early 19th century farmhouse featuring a new 3-story addition and a restored barn.
One of the houses on the tour this year, Buttonwood Farm in Berwyn is available for purchase and tour visitors are invited for light refreshments in the farm's 19th century 'party barn'.
The Trust's Annual Historic House Tour has Never Repeated a House!

All proceeds from the 6th Annual Historic House Tour go toward the rebuilding effort of the Jones Log Barn. The barn will join the Federal Barn and General DuPortail's House in Chesterbrook as a living history museum. The Trust is a registered 501c3 and your contributions are tax-deductible as the law permits.
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Tredyffrin Historic Preservation Trust
Post Office Box 764
Devon, Pennsylvania 19333