Built in the 1790s, this gray fieldstone house is the former home of Judge Hugh M. Morris, a Delaware native, respected attorney and distinguished federal judge. Decorated in the style of the late 1930s, the period when Judge Morris completed renovations to his newly-purchased farmhouse, the 600-acre estate includes a pond, pristine gardens, rolling manicured lawns, a fenced-in courtyard and quaint indoor accommodations inside this exquisite stone structure.

The Judge Morris Estate is beautifully appointed with period furniture, accessories, and pristine gardens and water features. With a space that accommodates up to 35 guests indoors and 125 under a tent outdoors, the Judge Morris Estate maintains the historic atmosphere inside and out and offers a unique setting for weddings and corporate events to teas and socials.

The Judge Morris Estate is easily accessible from I-95 and is within 45 minutes driving distance from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and two hours from New York City and Washington, D.C.