A stunning 22-acre estate dating back to the early eighteen century with two charming stone colonial homes is available for sale in Ambler.
The “Dawesfield” includes two three-story homes and three barns, one of which dates back to 1796. The estate also includes a three-hole golf course, swimming pool, greenhouse, spring house and guest house along with several detached garages.
One of the homes covers 5,829-square feet with seven-bedrooms and four-full bathrooms, while the other is slightly smaller at 5,129-square-feet with five-bedrooms. The one-bedroom guest house could also easily be converted into a private home office.
The estate itself is a festival of nature. Along with unobstructed views of Wissahickon Watershed preserved open space, the property features different trees, shrubs and continually blooming perennials throughout its gorgeous stone walled gardens.
The home also has a rich and fascinating history, as one of the homes was used as a headquarters by George Washington during the Revolutionary War in 1777.
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