Malvern Bank House of the Week: If You Think ‘Norristown Mansion’ Is an Oxymoron, You’re Wrong

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large house next to pond
Image via Realtor.com.
3130 Mill Road, Norristown.

Any new home browser who dismisses Norristown as the land of tiny row homes and cramped quarters needs to revise his or her thinking.

The property at 3130 Mill Road, less than five miles from Norristown Farm Park, is evidence enough of the fallacy of mischaracterizing the county seat’s real estate.

This six-bedroom, 3.5-bath estate looks like something transplanted from Beverly Hills. But this 29-acre property has housed local families since 1730.

Inside, the kitchen has a work-ready but stylish design. Unseen in this photo is a breakfast area with box bay window seat.

The great room features full-size glass doors that open to the impressive paver patio. From there, it’s easy access to the infinity pool with waterfall.

The master suite has a unique artisan-beamed cathedral ceiling, fireplace, built-in bar area with refrigerator, and a balcony that provides another pool view, this one obviously elevated.

Here’s that pool. Its infinity design and rock features lend a spa-like vibe, and the fountain’s natural construction ties it thematically to the nearby pond.

3130 Mill Road, Norristown, has an asking price of $2,495,000.

The complete details behind this stunning home are at Realtor.com.

More in-county homes currently on the market are viewable in the MONTCO.Today Malvern Bank House of the Week back issues.

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