Places in Worcester

Homes and Farms

Homes are listed under the name of the owner at the time the photo was taken.  Structures may or may not still stand. 

Worcester Historical Society in collaboration with the Pennsylvania Historic Museum Commission is currently conducting an inventory of historic structures within Worcester Township. 

Melvin D Allebach family home – north side of Windy Hill Road near Germantown Pike

 

Abram K Anders family home

 

Abram K Anders family home

 

Abram K Anders Barn

 

William A Anders family home – Church Road

 

Blattner family farm before 1892 – east side of Potshop Road near Berks Road
Donated by Nancy Anders Palmer

 

Brecht family farm – west side of Green Hill Road between Skippack Pike and Stump Hall Road
Datestone 1813
Donated by Ruth Otter

 

Schafer Antiques – Brunner Sower House – northeast corner of Germantown Pike and Valley Forge Road
Demolished

 

Abe Dresher home – telephone exchange – southwest corner Skippack Pike and Valley Forge Road
Demolished

 

Joseph “Old Joe” Heebner barn and house – west side of Valley Forge Road between Heebner Road and Stump Hall Road, looking north
Barn demolished

 

 

J Lyndale Hileman family home (early)- Steelman Road near Valley Forge Road
Demolished
Donated by Eileen, Beverly, Jan, Glenda and Cynthia Bailey

 

J Lyndale Hileman family home – Steelman Road near Valley Forge Road
Demolished
Donated by Eileen, Beverly, Jan, Glenda and Cynthia Bailey

 

J Lyndale Hileman farm buildings – Steelman Road near Valley Forge Road
Donated by Eileen, Beverly, Jan, Glenda and Cynthia Bailey

 

Elmer Keyser Home – south side of Skippack Pike across from the Cedars Store

 

Kriebel Mill property – home, barn and farm buildings – Kriebel Mill Road [now Green Hill Road]

 

Sylvanus Kriebel family home – Berks Road between Morris Road and Skippack Pike

 

Sylvanus Kriebel barn – Berks Road between Morris Road and Skippack Pike

 

Reichenbach family home – Cloverdell Farm – north side of Mill Road between Hollow Road and Quarry Hall Road
Demolished
Donated by Alice Riechenbach Daub

 

Allen Schultz home – north side of Valley Forge Road near Skippack Pike
Donated by Letitia “Letty” Streichert Schultz

 

William H Seipt family home – south side of Skippack Pike between Wentz’s Church and Hollow Road
Demolished

 

William H Seipt family farm – from Hollow Road looking northwest, farm fronts Skippack Pike
Buildings demolished

 

Slough family home – Quarry Hall Road at Mill Road
Donated by Sarah Slough Cook

 

Weirman home – Skippack Pike across from Cedars Post Office
Demolished
Donated by John the Postmaster – retired