18th Century Estate in Audubon, PA
For Sale by Keller Williams†
Home at 1248 Pawlings Road, Audubon, PA
For Sale by Keller Williams† • $3,950,000
Known as Vaux Hill the home was first constucted in 1776 by Jamex Vaux.
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James Vaux was born in 1748 and arrived in Philadelphia in 1771. However, unlike his merchant brother Richard, James was interested in farming. A year after his arrival, James began a thriving career in agriculture, purchasing a 300 acre farm near Valley Forge on the northeast bank of the Schuylkill River, which he named Vaux Hill. At his farm, James carried out scientific experiments in agriculture, becoming the first person to cultivate red clover in America, and also pioneered the use of anthracite coal for heating and cooking purposes. Accounts of his experiments can be found in early editions of the Franklin Institute Journal. [Historical Society of Pennsylvania]
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