On the Market: Secluded Tuscan-Style Treasure in Radnor Township

The $2.29 million home includes a tromp l'oeil by Michael Gilliam.

TREND photo via Moore & Ryan Real Estate.

TREND photo via Moore & Ryan Real Estate.

Whether you’ve enjoyed a stay or simply daydreamed of walking on the hills of Tuscany, this Radnor Township home helps that memory stay alive–almost as if it never ended!

Situated on a secluded 3-acre parcel, the property sits atop a 70-foot long geologic natural stone walled driveway and has several flowering trees and specimen plantings surrounding it. It’s super private, to be sure, but is convenient in that it’s within walking distance to public amenities like the Radnor Dog Park, Radnor Trail, and Radnor train station.

Inside, the Tuscan-inspired interior reaches sweeping heights with its umber tones, stone floors, wrought iron gates, and Italian painted tiles. Stucco fireplaces also have their place, as do arches, wrought iron rails and fixtures,  dark wide-planked wood floors (some rooms have Italian ceramic flooring), and wood cabinets and shelving.

However, one of the more notable features in the home has got to be the Michael Gilliam tromp l’oeil painting that is throughout the residence. Can you spot it in the gallery?

Baths: 3 full, 1 half
Square feet: 5,476
Price: $2,299,900

All TREND photos via Moore & Ryan Real Estate.

Listing: 217 Matsonford Rd, Radnor, PA, 19087 [Moore & Ryan Real Estate]