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Contemporary Wyncote Ranch Sells $31K Above Asking Price


Apparently we weren't the only ones who fell for this ranch in Wyncote when it hit the market in November. The contemporary home was sold on January 8 for $350,000—that's $31,000 above its initial asking price of $319,000. Real estate agent Scott Laughlin confirmed to Curbed Philly that there were multiple offers on the house, which was designed by post-war modern architect William "Billy" Smull in 1951. The light-filled ranch won us over for a number of reasons: The floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, the art studio, and robin's egg blue cabinetry in the kitchen, just to name a few. There's also a greenhouse and a Koi pond in the back. Congrats to the new owner of the 2,484-square-foot home!

· Contemporary Light-Filled Ranch in Wyncote Asks $319,000 [Curbed Philly]