Designed by Horace Trumbauer, this turn of the century Dutch Colonial boasts five bedrooms, four and a half baths, an abundance of quirky circular rooms, and the wrap-around porch to end all wrap-around porches. Asking $629,000, the abode is a bite-sized Trumbauer at a modest 4,300 square feet (compare this to the 70,000 square-foot Lynnewood Hall still seeking a savior over in Elkins Park). The house features stained glass windows, oak parquet floors, coffered ceilings, decorative moldings, pocket doors, and an undeniable resemblance to the house where a certain young blonde got a little bit too big for her britches.
· 141 PELHAM ROAD [Estately]
· Horace Trumbauer archives [Curbed Philly]