Inspired by the estates of England’s Cotswold region, Windmill Hollow Manor is a magnificent equestrian estate in the heart of Andrew Wyeth and Brandywine country.
The 16,000 square foot Main house, designed by an English architect, replicates the 13th century Buckland Manor House.
Antique materials, floors, doors, hardware, millwork, and mantles were imported from Europe and used for the interior and exterior of the residence.
Year built: 1997
Location: Chadds Ford, PA
Living area: 16,000
Baths: 6 full and 4 half
Land: 60 acres
Horse facilities: Fenced fields, barn with 12 stalls
The 300 year old roof tiles are from a Welsh church.
The exquisite English gardens providing vistas from all of the large windows were designed by Rosemary Verey who helped landscape the gardens of Prince Philip.
The manor house, stables, garages and pool house are true Architectural Masterpieces that provide a life style of an English gentleman with modern living.
The 3-car garage is designed to resemble a stone cottage
Private pool with stone pool house
A stone-walled courtyard surround the stables and carriage building
Rolling fields with abundant grass with three-board slip fencing
Stone barn with 12 stalls with exterior dutch doors