This idyllic stone Colonial with professional landscaping and white picket fence is located in the heart of highly desirable Elliger Park. Built in 1928 by Philadelphia architect R. Brognard Okie, who was responsible for building beautifully appointed homes on the Main Line and restoring the Betsy Ross House. As you view this home, be sure to notice all the unique charm it has to offer. Walk into the large foyer highlighted by wide window sills, random width pine flooring and convenient powder room. The home has wonderful flow for easily entertaining a crowd. The large open living/dining space with wood fireplace is flanked by built-in cabinets and features an open bookcase which spans the width of the room. Lots of windows allow for bright sunlight throughout the day. There is a covered side porch off of the dining area for taking advantage of the private, treed yard. The kitchen has been redone with Sub-Zero refrigerator, high end GE appliances and center island. The beamed ceilings and tile floor add to the charm and character of this unique home. The second floor features two full baths, 4 bedrooms with random width pine floors. The third floor has a cedar closet and with the plumbing is ready for expansion . Perfectly located close to Ft Washington train station, Rt. 309, PA Turnpike, shopping and the boro of Ambler.
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