House of the Week: Narberth‘s Gothic Jewel

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Photo of 200 Price Ave. # ELM 5 in Narberth is courtesy of Trend.

With the completion of one of the most caringly executed adaptive reuse projects, Main Line rebuild is offering a stunning property in a family-friendly community, writes Sandy Smith for Philadelphia Magazine.

Exterior-renderingConveniently situated at 200 Price Ave. # ELM 5, just two-and-a-half blocks from the center of Narberth, the unit is in part of a church sanctuary from Main Line reBuild’s conversion of Alexander Mackie Adams’ 1929 United Methodist Church of Narberth into six unique condominium units.

The living room features a soaring 40-foot vaulted ceiling and stained glass window.

This gothic style, which is complemented by neo-traditional built-ins and a gas fireplace, continues through the other rooms on the main level, including the open-plan kitchen, dining room, and master suite with walk-in closet and private bath.

There is also a loft balcony that showcases the church’s original Gothic woodwork off the hallway that leads to two more bedrooms and the former church tower that has been transformed into a study.

The property, which includes a two-car garage, is brokered by Fox & Roach for $1,050,000.

Read more and view more pictures of this stunning Main Line offering at Philadelphia Magazine by clicking here.

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