House of the Week: Normandy-Style Dream Home in Merion Station

Mark Hostutler
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Photos of 247 Winding Way in Merion Station courtesy of Trend.

Standing apart from the traditional colonial homes on the Main Line, this beautiful stone farmhouse built in Normandy style offers both historic charm and modern convenience, writes Esther Yoon for Philadelphia Magazine.

Located at 247 Winding Way in Merion Station and built in the 1920s, one of its most distinctive features is its round, stone tower adorned with Tudor-style timbering. Through the gorgeous, two-story foyer is the expansive living room with its array of bay windows and wooden-beamed picket ceiling.

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The kitchen, encased in white brick walls, offers plenty of counter space, while the library, with its stone fireplace and oak-wood bar, offers the ideal spot to entertain friends and family.

The striking tower stairway leads to an office space, five bedrooms, and four full bathrooms. The master suite features a stunning sitting and dressing room, while the gorgeous oak-paneled bathroom with Jacuzzi adds to the beauty of the main suite area.

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There is also a large, nautical-themed room hidden on the lower level, with original paintings by classical Pennsylvania artist Maurice Molarsky.

This stunning home is listed through agent Beth Samberg from Keller Williams Realty for $1,499,999.

Read more and view pictures in Philadelphia Magazine by clicking here.

See more of MONTCO Today’s Houses of the Week by clicking here.

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