124-year-old $2.3M Radnor Home Gets Snapped Up Within Ten Days of Being Listed

Christine Tarlecki
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A fully restored 124-year-old Radnor home is already under contract after just ten days of being listed for $2.3 million, becoming the latest example of the tightening market in the region, writes Kennedy Rose for the Philadelphia Business Journal.

The residence was designed by renowned Main Line architect R. Brognard Okie and is one of his last standing structures. It was put on the market on February 23 and was under agreement by March 5.

This development was not surprising for Lisa Yakulis of Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty, who holds the listing.

“It’s one-of-a-kind, it’s in perfect condition, in a great location, in a great school district and it was priced right,” she said.

The home is situated in a former barn that was part of a larger estate built in 1897. Now nestled on 0.81 acres, this five-bedroom, five-bathroom home with an open floor plan was completely renovated a decade ago. The result perfectly marries the home’s history with current modern tastes.

“It’s an older shell of a structure that’s been perfectly preserved, and then everything inside is new,” said Yakulis.

Read more about the home at the Philadelphia Business Journal by clicking here.

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