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A stone manor house, a converted barn, a stunning horse farm: You can visit these remarkable homes and many others on the 69th annual Chester County Day. If you love architecture, artistry and antiques, you won’t want to miss this premier house tour. It highlights hidden gems in the county’s northwestern section from Exton to Elverson.
The route twists and turns across hills and along creeks, passing farmhouses, barns and ruins. You’ll discover an 18th century home with a 21st century backyard designed for luxurious outdoor living. A rock waterfall beckons you to linger on the patio, deck or screened porch.
A pool, pond and perennials surround a different home, converted from a 1760 fieldstone springhouse and slaughter shed. Another Chester County Day gem fools the eye. Built in 1991, the beautiful brick reproduction features collections of Depression glass, samplers, quilts and pottery.
The “Day” is an autumn tradition, attracting visitors from across the United States and Canada. Organized by The Women’s Auxiliary to The Chester County Hospital, it has raised more than $3.6 million overall.