Situated in the highly desirable Unionville-Chadds Ford school district in PA and featuring surprisingly low real estate taxes, this retreat-style residence and guest cottage sit on 18 acres. It was originally part of the Haskell family holdings at the historic Pennsbury Mill. The main house, built in 1978 and completely renovated in 2013, was thoughtfully constructed so owners could fully indulge in the tranquil natural surroundings. Looks can be deceiving. This one-of-a kind home lives large and is appointed with premium finishes and amenities throughout. Through new custom divided-light windows and French doors, the sounds of nature are just steps away. Enter into the dramatic center hall with barrel-vaulted ceiling and skylights, ending in a quiet conservatory. The state-of-the-art Chefâs kitchen features Waterbury custom cabinetry, soapstone counters, Wolf 6-burner cooktop, double oven & warming drawer, Subzero fridge, Asko dishwasher and large open dining room. The living room with vaulted ceilings and fireplace opens to the sprawling deck with natural wood and branch railings and overlooks a pond and stream that feeds the Mill. Two luxurious suites sit at the rear of the home. The master featuring large walk-in closets/dressing room and stunning en suite with soaking tub, double vanity, and tiled shower with custom door. A family room, formal office with paneling and fireplace, powder room and mudroom complete this level. Downstairs find a second suite, sitting/play room, second office with built-ins and large walk-out game room with wet bar. Through French doors, access the large bluestone patio with fire-pit and walkway to guest cottage. Renovated in 2008 from the original Amish bank barn, this cottage features a 4th suite, vast great room with vaulted ceiling and kitchenette. An oversized 3-bay garage and storage building was constructed in 2014. This home is located in the desirable Pennsbury Township and Unionville-Chadds Ford school district.