Malvern’s Most Earth-Friendly Cedar Mansion

Happy Earth Day, East Whiteland Township.

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This Lindal Cedar home on Conestoga Road is about as green as it gets — and in some intriguing ways. For instance, the railings are made, in part, of the pipes and wood from a 400-year-old church organ. And recovered iron from the very historic Morris Steel Company was used as a building material.

As is obvious from all those windows, the home is optimized for solar panels, but the sun will heat and light things even without. The listing also notes “radiant flooring to optimize expenses in the basement” and “European designed AC high velocity delivery” as well as seven ceiling fans and a fireplace on every floor.


THE FINE PRINT
Beds: 5
Baths: 4
Square feet: 5,200
Price: $800,000



• Listing: 424A Conestoga Road, Malvern, PA

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    400 year old organ pipe wood! Did this organ come over on the Mayflower, or was it mad by native Americans?