House of the Week: Former Gladwyne Mansion of Utley, Iverson

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After a year of wearing Dodger blue, Chase Utley is finally selling his Gladwyne home, writes Kelly O’Shea of the Philadelphia Inquirer.

The 8,000-square-foot Colonial of the former Phillies second baseman is on the market for $3.495 million.

According to Montgomery County property records, Utley bought the home in September 2013 for $2.325 million. Property records also show former 76er Allen Iverson bought the home in September 2000 for $2.4 million. Iverson sold it six years later for $2.85 million.

Beyond the gated entry await sprawling, full-regraded grounds beautified with new lawn, plantings, trees, and irrigation. The gorgeous exterior is enhanced with new windows and new upper/lower decks.

The completely renovated home has six bedrooms and eight total bathrooms. It includes a top-of-the-line kitchen, dining room with butler’s pantry, and living room with gas fireplace. The home also boasts a game room, exercise room, wine cellar/tasting room, and a brand new Hamptons-style saltwater swimming pool with pool pavilion.

The property, located at 1432 Monk Road, is listed by Robin Gordon at Fox & Roach.

Click here to read more about Chase Utley’s Gladwyne mansion.

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