A Gladwyne mansion with an indoor pool that has been on the market for five years has received another price cut, this time of $4 million, writes Kennedy Rose for the Philadelphia Business Journal.
The property was originally listed for $28 million in July 2016. Since then, the price has been cut several times, this latest reduction brings it down to $14.9 million.
The 12,700-square-foot residence, described as “modern Gothic Revival,” was completed in 2011. The three-level home has six bedrooms and six full and three half bathrooms.
In addition to the indoor pool, there is a wine cellar, arcade, theater room with stadium seating, lighted tennis and basketball courts, along with many other amenities.
The 32-acre Main Line estate is owned by Andrew Barroway, co-owner of the NHL’s Arizona Coyotes and managing partner of Merion Investment. He acquired the land in Gladwyne for $12 million in 2006 and has spent an additional $23 million to build his dream home.
The property has had several offers so far, but none that the owner was willing to accept.
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