Malvern Bank House of the Week: Classic Colonial in Haverford Offers Tranquil Space and Impeccable Landscaping

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Haverford house with lawn for sale.
Images via Bright MLS.
This gorgeous house in Haverford is on the market for $1,540,000.

This delightful Haverford Colonial, located at 146 Little Lane in Haverford, has 5 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and is 4,066 sq ft.

This house is situated at the end of a quiet private lane in coveted Northside Haverford yet within short walking distance to dining, shopping, and the mainline train. It is listed for $1,540,000.

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This classic Colonial has been updated extensively and features an open layout with a desirable entertainment flow.

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In the kitchen, the gourmet island fully opens to the large family room.

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So much work was done to this gorgeous Montco house including electric wiring and panels replaced, built-in generator, all supply and drain pipes replaced, new kitchen, and all four baths.

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There’s also an all-new heating furnace and two-zone central air conditioning, insulation replaced in the attic, and new insulation was installed in exterior walls.

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Some wonderful additional features include a second-floor laundry, two large patio areas (one covered and screened) ideal for entertaining and lounging, a walk-up floored attic storage area, two fireplaces that are natural gas and able to be controlled remotely.

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The current owners retained renowned architect Fred L. Bisinger to re-design the home, Janiczek custom builders were the general contractors.

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Don’t miss this gorgeous Haverford Classic Colonial, on the market now!

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Pictures via BRIGHT MLS.

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