House of the Week: Vaux Hill (Fatland Estate), 1248 Pawlings Road, Audubon
The Fatland Estate also known as Vaux Hill is a spectacular and historic 15-acre property, located in Lower Providence, Montgomery County. The Estate, originally constructed in 1776, by James Vaux, features the beautifully renovated, restored and expanded Greek Revival Mansion designed by renowned Philadelphia architect, John Haviland.
The main mansion is 11, 000+ square feet with 7 bedroom suites, 4 full and 4 half baths, open living spaces, a real pub in the fully finished basement, and a roof deck overlooking the entire county. The owners of this masterpiece have added unique and valuable details throughout the home making it even more special, according to the lising on realtor.com.
The expansive room sizes of the main level, with windows the size of doors, overlook all the terraces which are perfect for peaceful everyday living and fabulous, elegant entertaining all over looking Valley Forge National Park and minutes from Valley Forge Casino.
The property also includes an elegant pool, stylish pool house complete with plumbing, tennis court and horse pastures. Vaux Hill is also being sold with a separate 3 acre parcel including a barn. The mansion and grounds must be seen to be believed. Enter through the grand gated entrance of the fully fenced grounds, along the impeccably manicured, tree-lined drive and into the breathtaking circular courtyard with museum quality, carved marble fountain, surrounded by glorious grounds.
Incredible original architectural designs, millwork moldings and features are exquisitely blended with the finest newly imported materials, incredible antique fixtures and refinements, masterful craftsmanship, updated systems, gourmet kitchen, and two all new imported luxury marble steam baths. This property is a historic treasure, make it your impressive home or turn it into an incredible entertainment and event venue also exists. A more complete history available upon request.
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