George Howe Designed Home in Chestnut Hill
SPOTLIGHT LISTING: George Howe Designed Home
Early 20th-century architect George Howe created the model for Philadelphia homes with his own residence High Hollow in Chestnut Hill. Similar features can be seen in this George Howe designed home, a 1919 stone manor house located nearby. This 7-bedroom home also incorporates the architecture philosophy “human necessity,” meaning the floorplan is designed with functionality in mind. It includes a chef’s kitchen with high-end appliances and abundant storage space, a library brimming with bookshelves and a fabulous master bath. The 2.5-acre property also features a carriage house with apartment, two-story green house and detached garage/barn.
42 Bells Mill Road, Philadelphia 19118
Bath: 4 full, 1 half