On August 4th, you can hit up the next Sheriff's Office auction to snag a foreclosed property in Philadelphia for a fraction of its estimated value, but if can hold out a little longer, and you're in the market for something a tad fancier than your standard in-town auction fare, here's an almost four million dollar estate up for auction without reserve. Glenlaurel is an eight-bedroom five and a half-bath Gladwyne manor that was designed in 1927 by architect Walter Durham. Currently priced at $3,995,000, the estate features coffered ceilings, an abundance of decorative tile work, a pool, and a grand total of almost three acres of lush Pennsylvanian forest at your disposal.
Interested parties can head over to Concierge Auctions to learn more about the property and the auction.
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