Carol Ogelsby

Alison Farrell

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Fabulous Updated Gladwyne Farmhouse
801 Youngsford Road

Gladwyne, PA 19035
Listing Price US$1,149,000
MLS Number 6535556
Property ID Number 40-00-69588-005
Status: Sold
Type: Residential
Year Built: 1710
Bedrooms: 7
Baths: 7.5
Living Area 6396 Sq. ft.
Lot Size: 1.15  Acres
Agent The Ogelsby Group
BHHS Fox Roach
1149 W. Lancaster Avenue, Suite U-6
Rosemont, PA 19010

Carol Cell: 610-213-2000
Ali Cell: 610-246-5970
Office: 610-527-6400
Fax: 610-525-1507


This wonderful home is the rare combination of an historical structure that is a generously sized and updated for modern living in the Gladwyne Village.  This charming and unique property has exceptional ambiance, wonderful privacy, and close access to the Bridlewild trails (for walking and horseback riding).  Throughout the house, there are random width and length wood floors, deep-silled windows, lovely millwork, and numerous large windows allowing for bright, sunny rooms.  Fireplaces are found in both public spaces and bedrooms.  The grounds have beautiful mature plantings, gardens, and a lovely in-ground pool with flagstone decking.  A separate and detached two car garage provides for ample protected parking and storage space. The parlor is inviting with grand staircase and its own fireplace.  The formal living room is accented with beautiful crown molding, wainscoting and fireplace.  You can walk through a corridor room, with French doors to a glassed-in, outside porch.  Glass pocket doors mark the entrance to the dining room which features a fireplace surrounded with Delft tiles.  Off the dining room, the beamed china room serves as breakfast room to an updated kitchen with butler's pantry.  Off the kitchen is the bright family room featuring cozy radiant heated floors.  The small den off the kitchen probably served as a summer kitchen early on.  There are two powder rooms serving the first floor. The second floor boasts 7 bedrooms, each with access to its own private bath or Jack-and-Jill bath, as well as spaces for gathering or sitting.  The third floor a can be used as a Nanny suite or, as is now used, an office. The original living structure was erected in 1710.  The house began as a single room tenant farmer's home with walk-in fireplace on the Dixon estate.  In 1813, the first large addition was made and then another in 1926.  These additions were integrated virtually seamlessly.  The last major addition was made in 1956 when a bedroom wing running perpendicular to the main house was added. THIS PROPERTY IS DESIGNATED AS A LOWER MERION CLASS 2 "HARP" PROPERTY.  IT WAS A QUIET LISTING FOR 33 DAYS THROUGH MARCH 16, 2015.


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