A gorgeous nineteenth century country home designed by renowned local architect Frank Furness is available for sale in Wynnewood, writes Melissa Romero for Curbed Philadelphia.
The stunning home named Hedgeley is set on two acres of beautiful, flora rich acres. The home used to be a farmhouse on the Winsor family owned estate. It was expanded by Furness, Evans, and Co. in 1887 and today includes six bedrooms and five and a half baths.
The foyer is an exquisite example of a Furness design, with its oversized fireplace emphasized by exquisite woodwork, an imposing staircase and coffered ceilings.
The beauty of the home is evident throughout, from its bright and airy sunroom and ten fireplaces to the brand new kitchen and breakfast room equipped with the latest appliances.
The home has had several renovations during its life, including a simplification of the exterior in the 1920s and a number of other upgrades over the last two decades.
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