"It really is a story-book property, and in the scope of horse properties it is probably the most unique in the country" Shane Ledyard USEF 'r' Judge
Rose Bridge Farm has been a beautiful part of the local region since the 1700's. It has been a home for horses for over 300 years. It was orginigally owned by William Penn who deeded it to Levi Jarrett. The main house was build in 1734 and it was the home of Levi Jarrett and the town of Jarrettown was named after him. It offers both the estate appeal with its beautiful stone bridges, stone work and famous rose gardens as well and the farm appeal with green pastures full of horses and farm animals. We take great pride in our heritage and history.