The William Brinton house, now a museum, exudes classic Brandywine charm in the heart of Chester County, Pennsylvania. The line married some of my Thatcher relations, as well as the Wyeths.
From the side, showing a bit of the grounds. My Hodgsons moved from this locale to the frontier in what’s now Adams County before leaping again as pioneers to the Piedmont country of North Carolina.
A better look at the corner, including a bit of the windows.
Quaker Plainness did not imply drabness. It often led to simple elegance.