Main Line Monday: Loves Lane Tudor Nestled in a Storybook Neighborhood
Stay in the area long enough and you’ll begin to discover Philadelphia has more than its fair share of hidden treasures for its residents to call home. In this instance, we’re looking just beyond city limits and referring to Wynnewood’s historically certified English Village, a 29 house neighborhood sure to appeal to Anglophiles as it was purposely designed to look like an English village in the Middle Ages.
Running through this neat quarter is Loves Lane, a street we’re going to take a gander and say is named after Donald and S. Arthur Love, the two bothers who developed the district in the 1920s. In the spotlight today? 645 Loves Ln, a classic English Tudor home with a new kitchen and delightful garden yard complete with fountain. Restored interior features include original flooring, millwork, beamed ceilings, leaded glass, and a stone fireplace.
Built-in window seating and the master bathroom fixtures have also been updated, while the aforementioned kitchen now boasts Ceasar stone counters, pickled wood custom cabinetry, and appliances by Viking, Sub-Zero, and Bosch. Get thee to the gallery below!
THE FINE PRINT
Baths: 2 full, 1 half
Square feet: 2,155
645 Loves Ln, Wynnewood, PA, 19096
Listing: 645 Loves Ln, Wynnewood, PA, 19096 [BHHS Fox & Roach-Haverford Stn]