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House of the Week: Mid-Century Meets English Countryside

 A very rare find - this week's House of the Week is an amazing combo of old-English stone and mid-century modern. On the Main Line. In an affordable price range. With a separate lot behind.... backing up to trails and open space.... 

If you aren't already hooked, just take a look for yourself... 

136 Farwood in Wynnewood boasts 4 full bedrooms, 3 full baths, a half bath, a little over 2000 sq ft and a combined lot size of just under an acre. 

A generous, but not wasteful, foyer makes for a bright, show-stopper entry that opens to the well-sized dining and living rooms. 

An incredible flag-stone, screened-in porch makes for a great place to enjoy your additional acreage

The master bedroom is perfectly sized with a beautiful symmetry, arched entry way, and master bath.

Two other well-sized bedrooms are on the second floor with a semi-updated Jack-and-Jill bath. 

If you've been thinking about making a move to the near-Main Line, this is a fantastic opportunity to own something unique and establish equity in a beautiful property. 

Check out the walk-through video for the full experience! 


Listing is courtesy of Nicole Klein of Keller Williams
See the full property listing here! 


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