William Lightfoot Price was an influential American architect, a pioneer in the use of reinforced concrete, and a founder of the utopian communities of Arden, Delaware and Rose Valley, Pennsylvania.
Rose Valley farm is the surviving three acres of what once was a 400 acre working farm in the bucolic Arts & Crafts community of Rose Valley. The estate consists of a meticulously restored manor house, a water tower and a bank barn on beautifully landscaped grounds. The estate's centerpiece is "Schoenhaus", an 1862 farm house that was totally re-built in 1904 by Quaker architect William Lightfoot Price.
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