Brandywine Manor House
Built in 1730, Brandywine Manor House is located in the heart of beautiful Chester County, Pennsylvania. Little has changed in the landscape surrounding Brandywine Manor House since the time when the first residents lived here. James and Jane Mackelduff were part of the 1722 Scots/Irish migration from Maryland and Delaware into southern Pennsylvania. They established a large and successful 1,210-acre plantation along the West Branch of the Brandywine Creek. The house remained in the Mackleduff family until the early 1900’s. Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Eck purchased the farm in 1983. During the next twenty years, the house was restored and several additions added. In 2002, Brandywine Manor House held its first wedding ceremony and reception. Gently rolling meadows, illuminated lake with springhouse, gazebo, garden terrace, pergola, footbridge, and majestic trees create a spectacular backdrop for your unique and unforgettable day.