Southern Chester County features stunning rural landscapes: streams crossed by covered bridges, fields, meadows and farmland as far as the eye can see... towns and villages dot the countryside and form a mosaic of rural America…West Grove, Avondale, Landenberg, Jennersville, Christiana, Quarryville, New London, Oxford, Nottingham, and more. Herr's, located in Oxford, has “snacked” America since 1946…delicious!
The Red Rose Inn, built in 1740, was once the property of William Penn. According to the story, the property was sublet to someone in the Penn family. The annual rent was one red rose. The next owners were well-known rose growers, and it was at this time that the building was named "The Red Rose Inn.” Click on the link for interesting stories regarding ghosts in residence at the Inn.
The Kreutz Creek Vineyards have captured the art of the wine-making process from wine to bottle. They invite you to participate in the ultimate wine experience. See other vineyards on The Brandywine River Wine Trail.
The housing inventory in the towns and villages in the Southern Chester County region offers Victorian twins and singles, working farms, horse farms, numerous new construction sites and everything in between.