Jaw Dropper of the Week: Eagles Watch Estate In Huntingdon Valley

You will literally be rooting for the eagles to fly.

Images via Zillow.com

Images via Zillow.com

Eagles Watch may sound like it was christened by your hardcore green-blooded uncle, but the truth behind the moniker of this Montgomery County estate isn’t actually that outré: it’s a home parked atop five acres filled with hundreds of mature trees and backs up to more than 800 preserved acres belonging to the Pennypack Ecological Restoration Trust. Naturally, the arboreal surroundings attract creatures of the avian variety, in this case the spot being of particular interest to nesting eagles. So cute!

The French Normandy-style home, custom built and completed in 2008, is said to boast fine carpentry and energy efficient amenities like seven climate control zones. Spaces of note include a stone and beam Great room with 20-foot ceiling and gourmet kitchen with hearth room, breakfast room and details like Sub-Zero fridge, stereo speaker system and Viking commercial 6 burner gas range. Downstairs, the lower level is an entertainment haven encompassing the likes of a wine tasting room, massage room, billiards parlor and game room. A fitness center with built-in bar and fridge is here too.

The master suite is another notable space, impressing us with its vestibule entrance and four walk-in closets combined for nearly 400 square feet. Additional features here are a sitting room, flagstone patio, dressing rooms and 14-foot vaulted ceilings. Outside, the residence has a 7½-car garage, as well as a carriage house perfectly suited as an in-law suite, office, art studio or apartment. It comes with 22-foot ceilings, decorative beams and a granite-topped kitchen.

Specs and photos of the entire property below.

THE FINE PRINT
Beds: 5
Baths: 5 full, 3 half
Square feet: 13,923
Price: $3,999,999



TREND images via Zillow.

Listing: 3080 Paper Mill Rd, Huntingdon Valley, PA, 19006 [Keller Williams]

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