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    Welcome to Rose Valley Farm

    Browse our photo galleries and learn more about this historic property, now being offered for sale.
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    All the Comforts of a Modern Home

    See our photo gallery for the home's interior

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    The Water Tower

    The outbuildings include a barn, the water tower and a gazebo.
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    Historic Photo Gallery

    View our extensive photo gallery for images of the property including buildings and landscaping.
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    'The Studio' Photos

    See pictures of the guest house on the property.
  • A timeline of events

    History of the Farm

    Follow a timeline of this historic estate from when it was first granted to the Vernon brothers by William Penn in the 1600's, to its most recent renovation in 2008. The besides a farm, the property was used as a snuff mill, a woolen manufacturer and a utopian arts and crafts community at different points in its history. Read more »

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    In the Press

    Rose Valley Farm has been featured in a variety of publications throughout the years from American Homes and Gardens in 1906 to Old house Journal in February of 2010. Each owner and architect of the property have kept the original construction and maintained its beauty through the generations. Read more »

  • A Separate Guest House

    Adjacent Cottage

    The guest house on the property is known as "The Studio". It is a two bedroom cottage of some 1800 square feet. Former owner Charles Shoen had this building constructed as his office back in 1910 where he claimed to have spent more than $1.5 million on the development of the nation’s first pressed steel railroad wheel. Read more »