Chester County Day House TourDate: Saturday, October 6, 2018
Time: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location: The Northeast Quadrant of Chester County, PA
Benefits: Chester County Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Expansion Project
Tour Tickets:  $50
VIP Tickets:  $100 

The 2018 Chester County Day will feature 16 homes and 6 public landmarks in the northeast quadrant of Chester County, PA, including: Exton, PA; Frazer, PA; Chester Springs PA; Kimberton, PA and Phoenixville, PA. 

Tickets for Chester County Day are NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE! 

 

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A Chester County Tradition!

The 2018 Chester County Day House Tour celebrates the traditional, distinctive architecture of Chester County, PA with some twists. You can begin the tour at a beautifully restored home in West Vincent Township which is believed to have been deeded to a Revolutionary War soldier in payment for his service in that conflict.  Down the road from this house is a meticulously kept stone Chester County home with great antiques, rugs and a lovingly-cared for garden. You won’t want to miss the spectacularly restored Queen Ann-style home in West Whiteland Township, PA that was designed and built in 1851 by Andrew Jackson Downing, a prominent advocate of the Gothic Revival in the United States. The fountains, gardens, mahogany-lined rooms and diamond lead-paned windows of this house are memorable.  It’s hard to believe when the owner purchased this house oil had seeped into the basement and water was leaking all the way from the attic to the first floor. Around the corner from this house is a pristine stone R. Brognard Okie house set on a hill with a beautiful stone-banked garage. And Loch Aerie Mansion in Frazer, PA will open its newly renovated doors to tour goers this year.



VIP Tickets for Chester County Day™

Enjoy "The Day" in Style - Treat Yourself to a VIP Ticket!

VIP Tickets Cost $100 and Include these Supreme Benefits:

  • Preview Party at The Washington in Historic Yellow Springs. This private VIP Reception is for homeowners and VIPS. Guests will enjoy fine cuisine and wine and then will be treated to a preview of this year’s tour.
  • Drive a MINI for the “Day”. Otto’s MINI in West Chester, PA will provide a MINI for qualified guests with purchased VIP tickets, while supplies last. 
  • Private Tour of VIP House with gourmet boxed lunch included. VIP ticket-holders can enjoy a tour of this unique three-level Mediterranean style home built into a hill with a zero-entry swimming pool and cabana, courtyard patio, as well as the homeowners collection of jelly bean-colored Porsches.. 
  • Gourmet Boxed Lunch menu provided by Montesano Bros. Italian Market & Catering. Your menu choices are available upon registration.

For more information on how to purchase a VIP Ticket please call 610-431-5301.


Per IRS regulations $45 of each $50 tour ticket and $75 of each $100 VIP ticket may be counted as a tax deductible contribution to The Chester County Hospital Foundation. For more information, please contact the Foundation office at 610-431-5328.




Join Us for a Fox Hunt Before the “Day’s” Festivities Begin

9:00 AM on Chester County Day – Saturday, October 6th!

General Admission and VIP ticket holders are welcome! Start the “Day” with the beauty and pageantry of a Chester County fox hunt. Kimberton Hunt  hounds and riders will move off promptly at 9am from the quaint village of Birchrunville. Please have your car parked by 8:30 AM. Enjoy hot coffee and tea, Greek yogurt, fresh fruit and homemade pastries before the Hunt.



Women's Auxiliary Pledge: The Birth of an Era

Focus: Women's and Children's Health

The Women's Auxiliary's most recent pledge is truly the birth of an era for healthcare in Chester County. To celebrate 125 years of delivering excellent care for women and children, The Women's Auxiliary has pledged $1.25 million over the next two years to NICU expansions and renovations.

Chester County Hospital, part of Penn Medicine, provides care for more than 300 premature infants and full-term babies with health challenges each year, with a 36% increase over the past three years. Recent demand for newborn intensive care requires our neonatology team to care for a monthly average of 10-16 babies at a time, in a space designated for 12. Research shows that newborn outcomes improve within a specific environment, and updated space planning with a mix of private rooms and common shared space will support care that is family centered, helping fragile newborns to thrive. Additional improvements include a transition room, a larger nutrition room, and closer nurse monitoring stations with a more direct view.

The Women's Auxiliary is proud to pledge their support of a brighter future for our tiniest patients!

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