A Gladwyne Carriage House Is Transformed into an English Gothic Revival Manor

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A Gladwyne Gothic Revival estate is on sale.
Image via Keith Conrey via Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty.
A carriage house, which used to be a part of the James Crosby Brown estate, has been renovated to include 6 bedrooms and 6 full and 2 half baths.

A new house on the market in Gladwyne will take you on a whirlwind trip back to Regency England, writes Sandy Smith for Philadelphia Magazine.

A carriage house, which used to be a part of the James Crosby Brown estate, has been renovated to include 6 bedrooms and 6 full and 2 half baths. The 10,680-square-foot English Gothic Revival home is on sale for $8,495,000.

The home located at 56 Crosby Brown Road has been transformed into a Regency masterpiece and includes thick stone walls, original beams, and leaded-glass windows framed in limestone.

The great room is filled with antique furniture and tapestries hearkening back to the days of yore.

Other unique touches include a secret door in the dining room wall which leads to a butler’s pantry and an outdoor kitchen and natural amphitheater.

The backyard also features two terraces and a treehouse for kids.

Read more about the Gladwyne English Gothic Revival home in Philadelphia Magazine.

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