Idyllic Pennsylvania property has envy-inspiring outdoor entertaining area

Pipersville, Penn. is a small town with a population of 6,336, so it may come as no surprise that some of the properties there sit on huge, beautiful plots of land. Built in the mid-1800's, the Pipersville home featured below is situated amongst lush, green lawns and soaring trees of all types. 
While the interior of the house is undeniably beautiful, it is the grounds surrounding the home that truly steal the show. The first floor features the home's most classicly Victorian architecture, like robust fireplaces and gorgeous hardwood floors. 
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Take a look at the aerial view of the home, though, and it's quite clear that there's just as much to explore outside as there is to explore inside. 
Trees and foliage lead you into the property from the main road while also providing a bit of privacy for the home and its outdoor spaces. 
One corner of the house features a wraparound wooden deck, perfect for summer barbecues or simply a quiet, peaceful place to drink your morning coffee. 
Walk around the home and you'll discover the custom blue stone patio that gorgeously complements the wood detailing and pillars on this side of the house. One of the bedrooms situated on the second-floor adjoins to the upper patio in the picture below - the view of the grounds as the sun rises must be breathtaking from this vantage point. 
Veering out onto the grounds will lead you to a tiny, brick-laid well that oozes nostalgia - you certainly won't find anything like this in the backyard of a modern home. 
Wander further and you'll discover the remnants of a summer kitchen that have been transformed into yet another outdoor entertainment area. The fireplace is still intact, creating a space that is detached from the home and feels more enveloped by the surrounding environment while still providing a bit of comfort. This would be a glorious place to start a fire and stargaze with family or friends on warm evenings!
Modern architecture so rarely affords us the kind of space that is found both inside and outside this Pipersville Victorian, making its nostalgic features all the more breathtaking. 
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Do you love the grounds of this property as-is, or could you see yourself expanding on what's already there? Let us know in the comments below, and please share this gallery if you loved it!

To see the interior and floor plan of this pavilion-style cabin, click the image above.
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