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The Mansion at Vincent Forge​

Formerly the ironmaster’s mansion for one of the largest steel forges in Pennsylvania, this 18th-century home once hosted George Washington for a three-day stay.

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Up to 1 6 people 

7 Bedrooms

Guest amenities 

First floor

  • The Original Davies Cottage — large family room with fireplace 

  • The Young Mansion Kitchen — eat-in kitchen with fireplace (microwave, oven/stove, dishwasher, cookware, and dishes)

  • Living room with fireplace

  • Formal dining room 

  • Private office

  • Powder room

  • Laundry facilities

  • The Stonewall Room — queen bed with en-suite shower

  • The Master Suite — king bed with en-suite shower and soaking tub

Second floor

  • Miss Helen’s Room — queen bed, fireplace

  • The Blue Parlour Room — queen bed

  • The Washington Room  — queen bed, fireplace, en-suite shower

  • Full bathroom with soaking tub and shower 

Third floor

  • Kylie’s Korner — queen bed and twin bed (sleeps up to 2 adults and 2 kids)

  • Theresa Young John Room —  queen bed and twin bed (sleeps up to 2 adults and 2 kids)

  • Full bathroom with shower 

Outdoors

  • Extensive grounds with private gardens 

  • Multiple porches and a large terrace for entertaining

  • Private patio with gas grill 

The Mansion

Vincent Forge Mansion earned its spot on the National Register of Historic Places because of its significance in American history and architecture. It’s one of the best preserved and architecturally important examples of Georgian rural architecture in Chester County. 

 

We spent nearly three years working on the mansion to restore the fine details of its early American craftsmanship while also fitting the property with the best in modern amenities.

 

 

 

Where else can you prepare a meal in a designer kitchen then enjoy it beside an original 18th-century fireplace? (Contact us ahead of time and we can arrange to have a private chef take care of the preparations so you can focus on the enjoying.)

 

The earliest part of the home built in 1700 is now an inviting living and dining area with original exposed wood beams and a mid-century modern freestanding fireplace for warmth and ambience. In the forgemaster’s office, you’ll find a quiet workspace with ornate wood paneling that leads into the formal dining room where they once received and entertained business associates. 

 

The first floor offers two luxury en-suite bedrooms and laundry facilities. Upstairs, you’ll find three bedrooms (one en-suite), including the room where George Washington slept. And on the third floor, there is a full bathroom, two rooms that can accommodate up to six people, and an abundance of cozy reading nooks.

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