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Tudor Home With Original Bread-Baking Fireplace Wants $725K


Here's a home that would have been perfect for hibernating this past weekend. This Tudor home near Chestnut Hill has maintained much of its original details from when it was built in 1927, including a walk-in fireplace with a built-in bread-baking shelf and cooking pot. There's also a hand-carved, built-in bench right next to the fireplace. Also original: The exposed beams in the living area, as well as the windows and refinished hardwood floors throughout the home.

The 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath Tudor, which sits on less than an acre of land, offers more cozy details, such as over-sized barn doors on all levels and arched doorways. The refinished basement, which serves as a playroom, seems to be the one room in the house that lacks the home's original charm.


The asking price of this home on 7903 Pine Road, Wyndmoor is $795,000.


7903 Pine Road, Wyndmoor [Estately]