Things have slowed down a bit at the end of the year, but Cindy still manages to see a few new listings in and around the Lower Merion School District every week. Here are the notes from four of the homes she has seen in the last couple weeks.
The first house on Cindy's tour was this 1929 sq ft, 3 bed/2.1 bath stone Colonial in Merion Park, just a block from General Wayne Park. It was priced at $629K, but is now (12/5) listed as active under contract. It has a detached garage and a screened-in porch out back. The house has classic features, like arched doorways recessed windowsills and plenty of built-ins. A couple of the baths have been updated. See more at: 524 Revere Rd, Merion Station.
The next home on Cindy's tour isn't technically in Narberth Borough, but it's in one of those "Naer-berth" neighborhoods just outside the Borough that have Narberth mailing addresses and are very walkable to Narberth's downtown. This 1952 sq ft, 4 bed/1.1 bath has also been moved to active under contract status, but was originally listed at $625K. The updated kitchen has white cabinets, stainless appliance and a big center island. French doors to the sunroom are a nice touch. One of the home's best features is the big, fenced back yard. See the rest at 412 Anthwyn Rd, Narberth.
On the other side of Narberth Borough, in Wynnewood's Shortridge neighborhood, Cindy toured this 1868 sq ft, 3 bed/3 bath Colonial, listed for $595K. It has a garage and a finished basement with a full bath. Updates include a new rood newer water heater, alarm system and french drain. See the photos and details at: 922 Clover Hill Rd, Wynnewood.
Last but not least was this 4622 sq ft, 6bed/4 bath Colonial in North Bryn Mawr, listed for $1.4M. The big, eat-in kitchen has stainless appliances, and a center island with seating. A convenient mudroom leads to the attached garage. The master suite has a walk-in closet and a renovated bathroom. Two of the bedrooms are on the third level, with a full bath and some storage space. See the rest at: 621 Pembroke Rd, Bryn Mawr.
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