The Manor Home at Church & Dean
Where Modern Elegance meets Historical Relevance
Bedrooms: 6 | Bathrooms: 5.5 | Square Feet: 5058
Famed Manor Home Now Available!! Exceptional architectural appointments abound with Greek revival details and just a short walk to the Borough of West Chester’s Town Center in this storied, iconic manor home. Enjoy maintenance free living and a beautifully landscaped courtyard within the Town Walk at Church and Dean community. Situated on the southwest corner of South Church Street and Dean Street, this magnificent home is in walking distance to all the downtown West Chester Borough amenities, shopping, award winning dining etc... Two car attached garage and 2 additional parking spaces, lush grounds with exceptional plantings and landscaping, outdoor brick patio area, two covered porches, second floor roof deck makes this home perfect for entertaining. The inside and the outside of this home offers many of its original architectural details. Extensive original wood flooring throughout, formal living room with wood burning fireplace, parlor room/family room with gas fireplace, oversized formal dining room with built-in cupboards, access to rear brick patio area, butler's pantry, large and spacious kitchen featuring built-in subzero refrigerator, antique tile backsplash, commercial grade stainless steel natural gas stove with Viking exhaust, breakfast area, open to family room with fireplace. First floor garden room area with access from attached two car garage, first floor patio. Second floor offers four bedrooms, three full baths, two of the three guest bedrooms offer access to the roof deck. Third floor offers two additional bedrooms, one with large sitting room, additional hall baths. Full dry and cement floor basement. Brand New central air conditioning, new roof, new high efficiency natural gas steam furnace. Home features a total of 6 bedrooms, 5.5 baths. The original house of Philip Sharples with bricks for construction supplied by the Sharples brick yards in West Chester. Of the six owners prior to the current owner, movie star Claude Rains, the original invisible man, purchased it in 1958.