Located between the East and West Branch of the Brandywine River lies one of the Mid-Atlantic’s most picturesque settings. Surrounded by conserved land this three parcel 136 acre assemblage complete with two houses and an early 1700’s bank barn, is just outside the historic village of Marshallton while offering the conveniences of downtown West Chester just 5 minutes away. The unique undulating topography offers uninterrupted scenic views from its highest northern vantage points that are measured in miles. The southern edge of this bucolic setting is bounded by more than a half a mile of The Brandywine River. The Brandywine in this section is wide, free flowing, offering various depths; all of which provide for ample fishing, canoeing, and kayaking. This farm is the epicenter of Brandywine Hunt Country hosting many of the areas Fox Hunting meets throughout the season. Strategically located in between the regions three main nature preserves; The Stroud Preserve, ChesLen Preserve, and Brandywine Red Clay Alliance the recreational opportunities are vast. The next owner has the opportunity create their masterpiece from a regulatory blank canvas. Of the 136 acres, the 74 most desirable have no conservation easement, a rarity for an assemblage of this scale. 3 stall mini barn comes with house. Seller prefers a single user or limited subdivision only.