Welcome to 131 Ridings way! 19+ gorgeous acres for you to build your dream home! Serene, yet close to downtown West Chester, Downingtown and Kennett Square. This picturesque lot is set back, bordered by trees, but with plenty of flat, clear space to build on. As an added bonus, there is a shared 52-acre lot that is across Laurel Road and available to all who live in the Association for riding and other activities. Silo Custom homes is marketing this gorgeous 4 bedroom colonial for you to customize. Other features include: a gourmet kitchen, Century cabinets, stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. The master suite includes spacious closets and a bath with his and her sinks and over sized stall shower. The first-floor features 9 ceilings, hardwood floors in the kitchen, morning room, dining room and foyer, main stairs with oak treads and rails and a large family room with a gas fireplace. Behind the walls, the home exemplifies Silo Custom Homes high-quality construction, including 10 poured concrete walls reinforced with steel bars, 2x6 exterior walls and a 16 on-center engineered floor system. This property is currently under Act 319. You can have all of this and be located in the highly acclaimed, A+ rated Unionville Chadds Ford School District!!
The property is one of 8 lots in Ridings Way. They range from 10 to 25 acres. They are part of a conservancy with one planned home per lot, but it allows for outbuildings. Such as barns, stables, pool house, separate garages. There are 2 cleared pastures, roughly 3 to 4 acres each. The rest of the lot is wooded. The 8 properties share ownership and use of an additional 50-acre parcel that straddles the Brandywine Creek. It's across Laurel Road from the entrance of Ridings Way. Owners can ride horses, hike or launch canoes here. There are bylaws available that describe restrictions that exist, but there is nothing major. Property is considered Lot # 7 within in the “Ridings at Newlin” development, which is in Newlin Township. The postal address is 131 Ridings Way, with a Coatesville Postal code. Not to be confused in any way with the borough of Coatesville.
Newlin Township is completely rural and quite well know in the horse / fox hunt community. The ChesLen Preserve (Lenfest Trust) and Laurels Preserve are quite famous riding areas close by. Just for those interested in extended horse paths.
*GPS is 131 Ridings Way*