This exceptional stone colonial in a prime north-side bryn mawr location offers convenient proximity to private and lower merion schools, local shops, restaurants, movies and train station. Designed by a noted philadelphia architect in 1925, the house features a gracious entry hall and curved staircase. The hall is flanked by a formal living room featuring pocket doors, a fireplace, and french doors opening to a walled garden with central fountain as well as a front columned veranda, and by a spacious dining room with raised panel wainscoting. The uniquely crafted molding, wainscoting, decorated mantlepieces and richly grained plank flooring throughout these rooms compliment the kitchen with chef's island, upgraded appliances and window seat breakfast area. The adjoining family room with french doors offers a view of the garden while the vaulted ceiling with fan window provides beautiful natural light. Second floor en' suite bedrooms provide ample closet space and window seating. The master suite includes a spacious bedroom with a carved fireplace mantle and space for a sitting area. The master bath includes a jetted tub and separate shower. A spacious dressing room with fitted closets with room to accommodate a home office. A large insulated attic provides room for expansion. Modern conveniences of zoned heating and air conditioning, new double paned windows and a detached two car garage with potting shed makes this piece of main line history perfect for todays lifestyle and discerning buyers.
The vacancy rate of homes in 19010 is
7.2% with 58.01% of homes being owner-occupied. The median household income in 19010 is $107478 per year with those between 45 and 64 having the highest median income at $148174.