Mod Chestnut Hill Manse Is a Great Place for Your Art Collection

We’re sold if the cow is included.

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TREND photo courtesy BHHS Fox & Roach

Between the excellent lighting and the open floorplan, this Chestnut Hill home looks as if it was designed to house a modern art collection. The current owners have certainly taken advantage of the space and installed some delightful pieces throughout (we love the idea of the Mona Lisa hanging in a chartreuse bathroom).

In addition to the open plan, the home features three bedrooms and three full baths. The living space is wide and airy and the kitchen has mirrored tile and some very orange cabinetry that somehow seems to work in concert with one another.


In addition to the two-car garage, the exterior of the home has two huge features as far as we're concerned. First, you have a private pathway with your own entrée to Chestnut Hill (OK, so it's really just a private walk to Norwood Avenue which itself leads into Chestnut Hill, but still!). Next, there appears to be an amazing piece of outdoor art grazing in the back yard. We're sold if the cow is included in the deal.

THE FINE PRINT
Beds: 3
Baths: 3
Square feet: 3,956
Price: $745,000




TREND photos via BHHS Fox & Roach
Listing: 104 E. Bells Mill Rd., Philadelphia, PA 19118

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