WAYNE, Pa. – Jan. 1, 2022 – PRLog — The Historical Homes Division at Brett Furman Group of RE/MAX Classic recently sold 1060 Copeland School Road in West Chester, Pennsylvania. An East Bradford Township treasure constructed in 1788 that has been magnificently renovated throughout the years and includes a one room log cabin schoolhouse built in 1720, original to the 3.6-acre Chester County property.

The MLS description reveals an open courtyard welcomes you to this charming stone farmhouse with 6 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, authentic tavern, original 18th century kitchen, and 7 fireplaces. RE/MAX Classic Broker/Owner, Brett Furman shares “My partner, Dave Rantanen has extensive knowledge of the home’s history and vintage appeal. It was such a pleasure touring the property with Dave, meandering the halls, and being transported back 3 centuries in time.”

With period architecture including exposed wood beamed ceilings, Dutch doors, and pie stairs, impressive wood craftsmanship surrounding doors, hearths, and deep-set windows of yesteryear, plus professional landscaping, and a stylish slate roof, the sellers knew they wanted to hire historic home experts like Brett Furman Group. Offering an ideal lifestyle in a desirable West Chester location close to the borough, commuter routes and transportation, plus plenty of shopping centers, this property was pending in just 21 days.

Examples of properties sold by the Historical Homes Division include a home in Audubon, Montgomery County built in 1809 and originally part of an estate owned by William Penn; a Rittenhouse Square circa 1899 mega-mansion designed by Theophilus P. Chandler, founder of the University of Pennsylvania Architectural school and attributed to Horace Trumbauer; an iconic Walter K. Durham, popular 20th century Main Line architect/builder, country estate in the Castle Hill neighborhood of Gladwyne; a Chester County home built in 1775 overlooking Valley Forge National Park; and an enchanting French Country Villanova home on the grounds of the former Arthur Meigs estate, renowned Main Line architect that featured Samuel Yellin Ironwork. To view a sample of Brett Furman Group’s research, visit https://brettfurman.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/1060-Copeland-School-Road-West-Chester-PA.pdf.