Exton's historic Ship Inn, once a stop for George Washington, Andrew Jackson, to be sold

Pennsylvania’s historic Ship Inn, a Georgian property built in 1796 in the Exton section of West Whiteland Township, Chester County, reportedly will be sold to new owners who plan to turn the two-story property into a microbrewery. The stone building originally served as an inn and restaurant for travelers on the Lancaster Turnpike, which expanded commerce between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. The building has survived as a restaurant under various owners for most of its existence.

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