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Cute and cozy Chestnut Hill farmhouse asks $575K

It dates back to 1850

This 19th-century stand-alone farmhouse in Chestnut Hill that harkens back to the neighborhood’s earlier days. But inside, the cute and cozy house brings some modern upgrades to the 21st century.

Dating back to 1850, this home is surprisingly spacious at 1,788 square feet. It manages to fit four bedrooms and 2.5 baths into the 2.5-story abode, as well as a pretty large backyard.

Since it last sold in 2014 for $479K, the home has undergone a number of updates. They include little things like new paint jobs in various rooms to a new fireplace in the dining room (there are two fireplaces, total).

The home, located on W. Gravers Lane, is just a quarter-mile from the historic Germantown Avenue. The asking price is $575,000.

122 W. Gravers Lane [Estately]