Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
This quaint borough is located in one of Chester County’s most beautiful areas. The Lenni-Lenape Indians called this area home up until the early 1700’s when an English gentleman by the name of Francis Smith settled in the village. Court records show this village was actually an intersection where the roads connected Chester to Baltimore, MD and Lancaster to Wilmington, DE. Due to the location, the Unicorn Tavern was built in 1735 by Joseph Musgrave, known to be the largest landowner in the village. The Unicorn Tavern was visited by many travelers, the most famous was General Sir William Howell who stayed the night, then marched on to the Battle of the Brandywine again George Washington in 1777. By the mid 1800’s, this village was growing and was incorporated into the borough known as Kennett Square.
Visit this small town and leave with a rich knowledge of farming, industry inventions and history. Visit the Kennett Underground Railroad Center and take a tour through history to see how this town played a significant role in America’s war on slavery. Learn about early inventions by local inventors used by locals for farming and building, some of which still hold a patent today.
Kennett Square is proudly known as the Mushroom Capital of the World, producing over a million pounds of mushrooms a year. Come visit the Kennett Mushroom Festival in early September to experience every kind of mushroom cuisine known to man. Enjoy the parade, various vendors; take a tour of the many local mushroom houses. Early October is the Microbrew Festival with over 40 vendors and this event proves to be the town’s highlight, selling out every year. Surrounding the town is Anson B. Nixon Park with over 100 acres to run, bike or picnic for the day. This park hosts Spring Fest with local musicians and the Kennett Run.
My office is a criminal law firm that represents clients in Kennett Square. We will represent citizens accused of any and all crimes that occur in Kennett Square and surrounding Chester County communities such as Avondale, West Grove and Oxford. With my experience as a former Assistant District Attorney in Chester County, I am familiar with the Chester County court system and feel confident representing the citizens of Kennett Square.
I am located only 20 minutes from Kennett Square, PA. From Kennett Square, simply take Route 1 to Chadds Ford, make a right into the Building on your right with the yellow “Weichert Realty” sign. This is right before the intersection of Route 1 and Route 202. My office is located in the Weichert building on the second floor, 1212 Baltimore Pike, Suite 230, Chadds Ford, PA.