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Foxfield Background

The 174 acres that make up Foxfield today has a divided past. The western section of land was a Sunoco tank farm used to store home heating oil from 1919 to the 1980s. This land was remediated by Sunoco to meet Pennsylvania environmental standards in 2000. A small portion of land located near the Delaware border had a tank used to store gasoline. This land has been remediated and is in the monitoring phase for ground water contamination. This land along with the Delaware land will remain as open space and may never be developed. A report for the Sunoco property is listed below and contains an aerial photo of the property before any development. The eastern section of Foxfield which originally had a farmhouse was farmland and woods. The first planned development called Cavagrado was to be built where the Villas are now located. This never happened but the paper street called Cavagrado Drive became the emergency access road from Marsh Road to the Villas. In 2001 Bethel Township created Ordinance 146 that allowed an Active Adult Community Overlay District and defined all the rules. Westrum Development presented a plan to Bethel Township in 2002 for The Arbours at Naamans Creek but sold the property to McKee Builders who changed the name to Foxfield. McKee agreed to build Foxfield following the already approved plans created for Westrum by Chester Valley Engineers and McCloskey & Faber listed below. The first house was finished in late 2004 and the clubhouse was built in 2006. The farmhouse which was to be restored and turned into a residential unit had to be demolished due structural problems. The large magnolia tree remains next to the home that replaced the farmhouse. As of 2014 all of the Ranch and Carriage homes have been sold along with most of the Villas homes. Upon completing transition the Foxfield Home Owners Association will be in control of all the property except the land located in Delaware.
Chester Valley Engineers
Ordinance 146
Sunoco Report
McCloskey & Faber