Photo courtesy of Pattye Benson, Community Matters. Taken today. Converted to black and white by me.
Soon these photos will be all that remains.
Ann Pugh Farm : an 18th Century Tredyffrin Township Historic Treasure Lost to Demolition
Sure hope those realtors on both sides of this transaction are enjoying their historic blood money commission…and the pals of these Prudential Fox & Roach / Berkshire Hathaway realtors might not like that opinion but I am entitled to it.
I am not alone in my sentiments. People are horrified.
I understand that the new property owner has property rights, but it doesn’t make it right what is happening here. What is happening is just wrong.
As for Tredyffrin Township the local government? Wow what a bunch of hypocrites, right? Tredyffrin likes to proclaim how historic this township in Chester County is, but what do they actually DO to preserve anything?
You can’t save every old or historic house but to let something like this get turned to dust ?
Just wow. What a sad day.
So sad, will miss seeing that beautiful house , gone forever and it didn’t have to happen.
We are residents on Pugh Rd and cannot stop dwelling on what has happened to this magnificent home since we saw the 1st dumpster arrive just two weeks ago.
Absolutely heartbroken and confused as to why someone would destroy such a treasure. ??
Sadly I don’t expect any neighbors to be welcoming the new owners with plates of cookies.
What a beautiful bed and breakfast it could have been. So sad.