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Category:Fairville, Pennsylvania

English: Fairville, Pennsylvania is an unincorporated area in southern Chester County which developed in the early nineteenth century about a mile north of the Pennsylvania-Delaware border. It is a linear village along the Kennett Pike (Pennsylvania Route 52) that runs between Kennett Square and Wilmington. Businesses along the road served both travelers on the road and residents of nearby farms. The village or hamlet extends about 500 yards along both sides of Kennett Pike from Fairville Road to Hickory Hills Road. It is a Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places. While no single building may be extraordinary, the ensemble certainly is. (→Fairville, Pennsylvania)

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