House of the Week: Spectacular Historic Audubon Mansion

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The spectacular Fatland Estate that is also known as Vaux Hill with its beautiful historic mansion is up for sale in Audubon for $3,950,000.

Originally constructed in 1776, the spectacular historic property known as the Fatland Estate in Audubon is up for sale.

The Greek Revival Mansion, that is the main jewel of the estate, was designed by renowned Philadelphia architect, John Haviland.

The building has been beautifully renovated, restored and expanded. It now covers around 9,000-square-feet and includes gorgeous open spaces, 7 bedroom suites, and 2 half and 4 full baths.

The home also features a ‘real’ pub in the basement, as well as a roof deck that looks over the entire county.

Windows the size of doors on the main floor give full view of all the terraces that are perfect for either peaceful reading days or large-scale entertaining.

The property also comes with an elegant pool, stylish pool house, tennis court, and horse pastures.

The entrance to the house is through a grand gated entrance along a stunning tree-lined drive leading to the magnificent circular courtyard with a carved marble fountain that overlooks the glorious grounds.

Read and see more of this house at 1248 Pawlings Road in Audubon, brokered by Re/Max Elite and listed by Joseph Bograd for $3,950,000 on by clicking here.

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

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