Springton Manor is a gorgeous historic farm, placed in the heart of Chester County Pennsylvania. The main house is in three sections; the earliest dates about 1836, with additions and modifications made in 1887 and 1912. Although the structure may be aging, the farm only gains character and life as the years go by. Springton Manor is also home to one of hottest wedding spots in Chester County, hosting hundreds of weddings each year.
In addition to the main building, the farm has 14 other buildings on it’s land varying in size and age. It is not only a fantastic place to take photographs, but also a great place to brush up on history. Originally built by Joseph Muckleduff in the early 1700s, upon Joseph’s death, he left Springton Manor to his brother Samuel Muckleduff. It also was the home of Congressman Abraham Robinson McIlvaine (1804-1863). The property no longer houses families but still creates a homey environment for all who visit.
While there, Twin Valley’s expert photographers explored the grounds catching glimpses of every inch of the property. In addition to the gorgeous nature filled surroundings, Springton Manor is home to amazing wildlife such as: sheep, goats horses and cats. These fun filled animals love a photo shoot and sometimes can be found posing for their close up.