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This Mid Century Rancher Probably Needs Some Updating

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Photos via Keller Williams Main Line Realty

This Henry Magaziner-designed Wynnewood abode, crafted for his friends and current owners over fifty years ago, is being offered for $896,500. It's a price perhaps slightly below market value for the six-bedroom, four and a half-bath rancher, likely due to the fact that it needs just a little TLC to usher it into the twenty-first century (check out that inset antique boob tube in the basement bar area). But the work would be well worth it —the over 4,500 square-foot house (a tad more conservative than its hexagonal sibling down the road) boasts exquisite finishes throughout: the two-story marble foyer, mahogany, rosewood and cypress walls, and a floor-to-ceiling fireplace in the great room. It's also a rancher with benefits: including the main living spaces on the first floor, there's a bright lower level that includes another great room, a kitchen, bedroom, master bath, and a dark room.

· 245 W Indian Creek Road [Estately]
· Unique Hexagonal Home Designed By Henry J. Magaziner [Philly Mag]