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Pickering Valley Farms

Subdivision of split-level and ranch homes built ca. 1961. Median lot size is approximately one-half acre. Median interior living space is approximately 1,850 sq. ft.

Entry into the subdivision is from Valley Forge Road or North Whitehorse Road onto Rossiter Avenue.

Beginnings [1]

Pickering Valley Farms, formerly the 38-acre farm of Thomas Byrne, a Phoenixville lace manufacturer, is an attractive development with 52 two-story, split-level and ranch homes directly behind houses of older vintage on White Horse Road between Corner Store and Williams' Corner in Schuylkill Township. The name was given to the development by Frank Fanelli in 1961, sales manager of Pickering Valley Construction Co., because he thought the area coincided with the Pickering hunt country. More properly the development belongs to Corner Stores.

  1. Pinkowski, Edward. Chester County Place Names,, Sunshine Press, Philadelphia, 1962

Pickering Valley Farms Map

Street Names
Oakmont Road • Rossiter Avenue

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