● Additions turn farmhouse into three-story home
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The double front door through which you enter is adorned with decorative antique brass and surrounded by unique panels of red and white patterned stained glass.
The front hall, with its beautiful banister and stairway, leads to the dining area of Whe kiWchen, added in Whe mid’70s, and opens to the adjoining family room that has a newly installed gas fireplace.
7he kiWchen has a large bay planW window through which one can enjoy the backyard, a porWion of which has been left in a natural setting to provide sanctuary for song birds, squirrels and an occasional ground hog.
An additional cozy fourth bedroom and bath was also added above the kiWchen.
This notable home has been lovingly cared for by its owners during the past 45 years, and is ready for Whe nexW family who will love and care for it. Contact Dan Helwig ,nc. 5ealWors for a showing Woday. Call 215-233-5000 or visiW www. DanHelwig5ealWors.com.