Neotraditional in Gladwyne with a Fantastic Riverside Location on the Schuylkill River Hits the Market

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A neotraditional riverside house in Gladwyne boasts a fantastic location and many amenities, most of which have yet to be used, writes Sandy Smith for the Philadelphia Magazine.

The home is one of a string of seven houses that were built in 2012 and 2013. It is elevated above the sloping lot to offer protection against the occasional flood. The foundation features a garage where a boat can be parked when it is not being used.

The home’s living room has a working fireplace and a distinctive chandelier. Entertaining is made easy by the open-space layout that connects this room with the dining room and kitchen.

One of the highlights is the sunroom that offers stunning vistas year-round while being connected to both the main living area and the backyard.

The second floor over the garage features an en-suite bedroom, while the third floor contains two bedrooms, one of which is the primary suite with its own private balcony overlooking the river and a luxurious bathroom. The top-floor primary bedroom boasts a roofless balcony with an even more stunning view of the river.

The home has been listed for sale for $2,100,000.

Read more about the home in the Philadelphia Magazine.

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