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Sunny Mt. Airy stone home with greenhouse asks $1.245M

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It was designed by Robert McGoodwin

Whoever buys this Mt. Airy (West) home will hopefully have a green thumb, because it comes with a stellar Lord & Burnham greenhouse.

And that’s just one of the jaw-dropping perks of this stone home, which was designed by noted architect Robert McGoodwin for the famed Woodward Corporation in 1928. Clearly, the country-like estate has been well-maintained since then, from its deep-set window sills to stone and hardwood floors to the landscaped gardens out back.

The home clocks in at a staggering 9,500 square feet. That includes five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, some of which have been renovated in the past few years. The kitchen is new, too, but still manages to blend in with the country-estate vibes in the rest of the house.

Upstairs, the bedrooms are equally cozy, with little nooks and sloped ceilings. The large sunroom has lovely exposed beams and French doors on all sides that look out to the home’s backyard and patio pond.

The asking price of this home is $1,245,000.