Thaddeus Longstreth, who died in 1997, collaborated with Richard Neutra in the 1940s and ’50s, and designed a number of homes in this region. This one in the Edgehill Gardens neighborhood is a real mid-century modern classic, with walls of expansive glass to bring the outdoors in. Other design elements include tongue and groove wood ceilings, hardwood floors, wood built-ins, and mirrored soffits. There’s also a fireplace.
For a three-bedroom home with this kind of architectural pedigree, it’s reasonably priced at $599,900. For more information, call Jay Spaziano at 215-860-2800. The property will officially be on the market on Monday.