Presented by John Dempsey. This beautifully renovated mid-century Colonial style, multi-level home is sited on more than an acre of land. An Entry Foyer with coat closet opens to a generously proportioned Living Room, featuring a wood burning fireplace accented by stone surround and rich, hardwood ceilings.
This space also walks up three steps to the open-air Dining Room, highlighted by a finished hardwood floor and ample natural light.
The adjacent Kitchen is exquisitely appointed with granite countertops, updated cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and finished hardwood floors. Above the sink you can look through a picture window cutout to the large, freshly painted breakfast room.
The second floor offers a Master Suite with three separate closets and a master Bath with stall shower. Three additional spacious Bedrooms, and hall bath complete this floor.
The finished basement has been used as a playroom. It provides multiple storage options and separate and easily accessed utilities.
This home offers a few options on the lower main level, including a family room, laundry room, large powder room, and interior access to the attached two-car garage. There’s also a detached garage, back deck with roof, and a back patio with roof.
So the house looks great, but how’s the neighborhood? Well Walk Score tells what we already know, this is a car dependent area. The semi-rural feel is one of the reasons you’re looking in Glen Mills.
Plenty of options for coffee. You have your standard chains. But there’s also some local flavor. PureBread Cafe has a Glen Mills location nearby. They offer upscale soups, salads and sandwiches served fresh from 6:30am daily. Fresh baked muffins, pastries and more. Smoothies, espresso, cappuccino and over a dozen gourmet coffees all day long.
You like maple syrup? You’re in luck. Check out Maple Man Products for all of your maple syrup & treat needs.
Want to spend a day outside? Expose yourself to some history? Or even take some pictures with great scenery? Look no further than Newlin Grist Mill. The mill has been running for over 300 years. It won’t disappoint. Neither will this home. And it won’t last long.