Details: Located in the heart of Gladwyne Village, this five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath home was built in 1826. The first level has an antique brick floor in the family room, with a large fireplace, a door leading to an outside flagstone terrace and steps to a sunken garden designed by renowned Philadelphia landscape architect Thomas W. Sears. Three finished rooms with dormer windows and random-width pine floors make up the top floor.
Extras: Swimming pool, gardens and a period barn with two horse stalls, ample storage and workspace, and a two-bedroom guest apartment. Right of first refusal on an adjacent half-acre property with small cottage.
Contact: Carol Long Ogelsby, Prudential Fox & Roach, Rosemont, (610) 520-2747.