The John Aley House...

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John Aley / Valentine Cosler House John Aley / Valentine Cosler House

Turn right on Grange View Drive and then right onto Timberline Drive. In 1855, this was Ealy (Aley) land including small sawmill on present day Longview Drive that was known as St. M. Located at 3937 Timberline Drive is a stately home formerly on a 179 acre estate built by John Aley in 1835. A unique feature of the home is the original double pie stairway. Most of the rooms have original windows and walnut woodwork. In 1874, it was the home of Valentine Cosler, an avid supporter of Hawker Church. Charles Beaver also bought this farm in 1948, sub-divided and developed it into Knollwood Estates.

You’re approaching Grange Hall Road. At the stop sign, glance to your right and see the approximate location of the Engle Sawmill at the intersection of Summerfield Drive.

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