Local Real Estate Agents Give to Delco SPCA After Selling Homes

This Bryn Mawr property could possibly save a furry life.

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Who knew house-buying could help guys like Tamale and Olive Oil?

Well, here’s a healthy dose of heart-warming information: Two real estate agents and one buyer’s agency have a partnership with the Delaware County SPCA wherein they donate a portion of property sales to the animal society.

According to the Delco SPCA’s Community Partners page, Sharon Goodspeed of Long and Foster gives to the organization each time she completes a sale with a “referral client from a volunteer, employee or someone who has adopted from the Adoption Center,” while Keller Williams’ David Slaughter gives a portion of his commission for every property he sells.


The home we chose to showcase is one represented by Linda Walters, owner of Sage Realty in the Main Line, who is committed to giving the non-profit $200 for each person who uses Sage to buy a home priced at $300,000 or more. It's a Bryn Mawr property with tons of new features, among them a cedar shake roof, baths, and first floor addition with mudroom, laundry, and extra pantry.

The kitchen has also been fully renovated and boasts a blacksplash made of marble subway tile and wet bar with wine refrigerator. Original home features include built-in bookcases, French doors, and a wood fireplace. In the master bedroom you'll find a dual master bath with claw foot tub and sizable stall showers.

THE FINE PRINT
Beds: 4
Baths: 3 full, 1 half
Square feet: 2,659
Price: $1,395,000



Listing: 515 Lynmere Road, Bryn Mawr, PA, 19010 [Sage Realty]

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