The sellers of this mid-century beauty got a good thing on their hands, and know it. Built in 1958, this lovely 3-bed, 3-bath spread designed by architect Arthur L. Miller is cut into a private hill in Penn Valley, and has dropped a few Gs since first being listed late last year. But only a few. Let's review. The stone found on the facade, interior walls and even the staircase of this $899,000 home was quarried from the hill in which it sits. Inside, you'll find a newly renovated open floor plan with an eat-in kitchen and two working fireplaces, and you gotta love the cedar hot tub built into the deck. Think dropping a little over $25 Grand from the listing price will get this puppy off the market?
· Vintage stone-clad Mid-Century Modern asks un-retro $925K [Curbed Philly]
· 10 Fairview Road, Penn Valley, PA [Marion Dinofa]