For the first time in 20 years, the historic Penny House in Wilmington, Delaware is available for a new owner. Built in 1749, this home saw George Washington (said to favor the spring water out back), Lafayette, and the troops traveling the Washington-Rochambeau Trail on the road to victory at Yorktown.
So much is original here--the thick stone walls, wide board floors, 2 fireplaces, a main bedroom with beaded beams in the ceiling, the old cow pond with a statue of Lucy (purported to sometimes haunt the house), a spring house, and flowers galore in the gardens. Take a look at the video.
Thanks, Michael. It is really a rare survivor, even for this area!