FAMILY COMPOUND POTENTIAL! Have you ever wanted to build a private compound? With this property you can keep your family close while still enjoying the quiet of a PRIVATE ESTATE! There's plenty of land to build a MANOR HOME for Mom and Dad . In addition , you can house children, relatives, in-laws etc. In the pre-existing , Six rental units . This magnificent property also has the POTENTIAL of 2-3 additional footprints. Come see for yourself! ATTENTION REAL ESTATE INVESTORS! Have you been looking for the perfect INVESTOR PROPERTY? LOOK NO FURTHER! Come discover this fantastic FARMHOUSE WITH THREE UNITS, adjacent BARN with a TWO-UNITS plus a TWO-STORY SINGLE FAMILY CARRIAGE HOUSE. Income producing low $80,000.00 annually. Walking distance to shopping convenience. WANT A DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY to create your DREAM HOME? You'll find potentially three (3) additional building footprints to develop AS YOU SEE FIT! Consider the possibilities! DESTINATION RESTORATION ! IS restoration the name of your game? Consider restoring this small Farmette to it's old original glory. Includes a FARMHOUSE, BARN and CARRIAGE HOUSE, with additional out-building or car barn and shops the only limit IS YOUR DREAM! CONTRACTORS HQ! Attention contractors: Are you looking for a new headquarter for your small business? This spacious parcel can be built out to store equipment, enable you to collect rent to sustain the acquisition or provide you with the land to build you own DREAM HOME! TAKE A LOOK!HISTORY!The original farm was 15 acres and ran deep from Swede Road prior to the existence of Hillcrest Avenue, for a distance upwards of 1,200' or so. John Henning purchased the farm in the early 1880s and produced harvests with a horse, a few cows and an orchard. At 4:00am every Friday and Saturday during the summers, John would rent a stall at the Farmers Market on Airy Street behind City Hall. Two stalls away was the Park Family of Park Avenue in Trooper; John married the Parks' daughter in the early 1890s. In August 1905, Grace Henning was born at the top of the steps in the Farm House. By the 1920s Grace commuted to University of Pennsylvania to complete her bachelor's degree.The Farm House, Barn and Carriage House were converted to residential rental units in the late 1950s.The Farm House contains three rental units. The Barn has two rental units. The two-story, detached Carriage House is a single-family unit. The remaining 2.8 acres boast 345 feet of frontage and two driveways at either end of the front border which could provide building footprints for additional use of the lot.With plenty of charm and character, this property offers a country-like appeal while tucked in a suburban setting, convenient local to shopping and roads.