Chester Springs is an unincorporated community in Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. Chester Springs is one of the most historically significant areas in Chester County. It is also considered one of the most prosperous and affluent neighborhoods in the county, such as Byres Station, Chester Springs Reserve, and Windsor Ridge. The Historic Yellow Springs Village is located in Chester Springs. The community includes historic churches, established in the 1770s by German Reformed and Lutheran members. Chester Springs is also home to The Mill at Anselma (Lightfoot Mill), a National Historic Landmark grain mill built in 1747. The Mill at Anselma is considered the best-preserved example of a grain mill of its kind in the country, boasting its original wooden gearing system and millstones. It is fully functional today and continues to mill flour and cornmeal for sale. Chester Springs principally lies within the Downingtown Area School District. Some areas of Chester Springs are in the Great Valley School District, Phoenixville Area School District, and Owen J. Roberts School District.