Jaw Dropper of the Week: French Country Estate-Style Dream on the Main Line
If this week’s Main Line Monday home seemed fitting as the setting for a Sabrina remake, then this Villanova residence would work great in a period film. Stylized in the character of French Colonial country estates, the three-acre property vaunts superb outdoor spaces by award-winning landscape architect Chuck Hess, while the home itself was designed by Peter Zimmerman Architects, a local firm noted for their historic preservation and residential projects on the Main Line. Let’s take a tour, shall we?
Built in 2002, the house at 1113 Brynlawn Road offers elegant rooms with accents that include coffered and latticework ceilings, fireplaces (there are seven total), reclaimed antique pecan floors, and custom millwork. Floor-t0-ceiling windows and French doors are also throughout, with a pair in the garden room leading out to a flagstone patio overlooking the multi-garden grounds (which, for the record, was the Association of Professional Landscape Designers “Residential Best of Show” award winner in 2007). The garden room also connects to a a gallery with access to the study and open family kitchen. Specs and photos below.
THE FINE PRINT
Baths: 4 full, 4 half
Square feet: 7,801
Price: $5.25 million
Additional Info: Carriage house, pool
1113 Brynlawn Rd, Villanova, PA, 19085
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Listing: 1113 Brynlawn Rd, Villanova, PA, 19085 [Long & Foster-Devon]