Stone Colonial Surrounded By Gorgeous Nature Hits Market in Penn Valley

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Penn Valley Colonial
Image via Vistabee, The Philadelphia Inquirer.

A lovely stone Colonial surrounded by gorgeous nature has recently hit the market in Penn Valley, writes Paul Jablow for The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Stone Colonial kitchen in Penn Valley.
Stone Colonial kitchen in Penn Valley. Image via Vistabee, The Philadelphia Inquirer.

This three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is nestled on a three-quarter-acre lot perched high above Penn Valley. Its many windows offer gorgeous views throughout the year.

“I loved the windows,” said Melissa Levin, who owns the home with her husband, Anthony. “When you sat in the living room, it didn’t matter what season it was. You were always in the middle of nature. I get a little misty-eyed thinking about it.”

The home boasts an open-concept floor plan and high ceilings throughout.

The great room features custom built-in bookshelves and cabinetry while the recently redone kitchen has antiqued maple cabinetry, quartz counters, and professional appliances.

Living room in house.
The house has a great mid-century feel.
Image via Vistabee, The Philadelphia Inquirer.

In addition, there is a large flagstone patio that is ideal for alfresco dining.

Meanwhile, the owner’s suite features a large dressing room, spacious walk-in closet, and a skylit en suite bath.

Downstairs the unfinished basement with high ceilings in the stone Colonial could be adjusted to suit many purposes.

The property is also home to a two-car garage along with a private driveway.

Jordan Wiener of Compass Realty lists the house for $799,000.

Read more about the stone Colonial in Penn Valley in The Philadelphia Inquirer.

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