Gallery: The Gwynedd Valley Home of The Masked CEO

Wouldn’t it be lovely if there were a superhero who was like the Lone Ranger or Zorro and who would ride in on a giant steed and save large companies from poor ethical decisions? For all we know, there could be–and he or she could be the owner of this house in Lower Gwynedd Township in Montgomery County.





Photos by Laura Kicey
According to the brokerage Hunter Reed, “the Gwynedd Valley area is home to a number
of high-profile executives, owners of privately held companies and practices, entrepreneurs, and professional athletes” and “has a strong appeal to high net worth individuals.” Perhaps that’s why this property so appealed to the Masked CEO, who–when the steed was resting–could use nearby Wings Field for travel in a private jet.

Designed by Michael Visich, this Cotswolds-style home built between 2001 and 2003 features the following rooms:

Formal Dining Room
Formal Living Room
Formal Powder Room
Library
Solarium
Kitchen
Breakfast Room
Sunken Family Room
Master Bedroom Suite
Balcony Master Sitting Room
Master Bath
His and Hers Master Closets
Three Childrens Bedroom Suites
Guest Wing with Living Room, Bedroom, Full Bath. Gallery Area
Laundry Centre
Large living Area with Full Bath
Hobby/Wrapping/Workshop Room
Large Living Area with extensive Built-ins
Bar and Bar Kitchen
Mirrored Gym/Exercise Studio
Sun Room
Wine Room
Movie Theatre
Child’s Study / Art Studio / Play Room with Stage
Sauna and Full Bath

That’s a lot of rooms. There are also six fireplaces, a three-car attached garage, a two-car detached garage with a second-floor guest studio, and grounds with all kinds of features, including two driveways: one for guests and one for service. The main house is 12,767 square feet and the current ask is $3,895,000.

A Masterpiece Home on a Private Road [Hunter Reed]

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