A gracious stone manor on a 0.71-acre lot with six bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms is available for sale in Haverford, writes Sandy Smith for the Philadelphia Magazine.
This attractive hillside home sits in the heart of the Main Line and perfectly blends English country charm with understated elegance. It was designed in 1923 by renowned Philadelphia architect Walter Durham, who modeled it after country houses in Wales.
Highlights include the comfortable living room with marble fireplace and an elegant dining room with a striking traditional chandelier.
The nearby freshly renovated gourmet chef’s kitchen offers ample counter and storage space, a large marble-topped island, along with state-of-the-art appliances.
The new wing of the house is home to a wet bar that leads into a tray-ceiling den with radiant-heated floors.
Meanwhile, the gorgeous master suite is upstairs on the second floor with a spacious walk-in closet and luxurious bathroom.
The home also features another extension that is home to the three-car garage along with a guest suite.
Read and see more of this house at 32 Evans Lane in Haverford, listed for $1,649,900, at the Philadelphia Magazine here.
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