Nestled between the Brandywines, a stone’s throw from the Village of Marshalltown, and a 5-minute drive to West Chester lies one of Chester County’s most scenic 136 acre settings. Centrally located between the Stroud Preserve, Cheslen Preserve, and the Brandywine Red Clay Alliance this bucolic setting is surrounded by forever preserved open space. The property has more than a half mile of the Brandywine running through it and its 160 ft elevation change provide a view measured in miles! This 136 acre farm is comprised of three parcels; the main parcel is 102.8 acres and includes the original bank barn and farm house, the lower parcel consists of 31.2 acres and is bounded by the Brandywine, and lastly is the updated carriage house sitting on 2.0 acres with a 2500 sq. ft +/- 4 bedroom 2.5 bath home. This property has benefited from the investment made into a master plan and a conservation easement that has accounted for hundreds of different permutations, in order to effectuate the owner’s goal of Conservation Easement as Asset. As one of the more unique conservation easements to be implemented in Chester County some of the permitted uses include; a Main residence with no limitation on size or impervious coverage, any accessory use to the main house, up to four additional residences with no limitations on size or impervious coverage, up to six separate apartments, stable, bank barn, indoor riding ring, outdoor riding rings, vineyard building, vineyard, kennel, pond, any agricultural use and agricultural structure without limitation to the number of buildings or size, and lastly and certainly most unique; the only fully approved heliport with helipad, hangar, and onsite fuel storage on a residential property in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The current owner has made a significant investment in the master plan, site engineering, soil testing, and municipal approvals. Property to be sold with full unappealable approvals for the heliport, completed plans for the construction of a traditional yet state of the art bank barn along with completed plans for a meaningful renovation to the carriage house. Existing farmhouse is subject to a lease and the entire property has a deed restriction to hunting. If you’re looking for one of the most picturesque Chester County property’s, that can be the foundation for you and your family’s dreams for generations to come, there’s no need to look any further.