This is your chance to own a piece of Delaware history with this stunning 3 story Craftsman stone home that sits nestled on a wooded, hilltop lot in Brandywine Hundred. This historic home was built in 1900 and was home to the late preservationist S. Marston Fox, the architect behind the nearby Fox Point state park. Tucked away from the road behind a lush wall of mature trees and vegetation you will discover a magical place as you round the circular driveway that showcases a gigantic oak tree. The grounds have been expertly designed by the previous owner who was a landscape architect with perennials that will dazzle you through the seasons. The stone carriage house contains an open studio with wood stove above the two car garage which can be used as an artist’s space or playroom. The home has some amazing updates including all new roofing and decking on the entire main house with indestructible synthetic slate, matte black metal front porch roof and new shingles on the rear porch along with a fresh Property ID: DENC2005726

Joseph Nestor