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Zen-like Chestnut Hill Stone Carriage House Asks $699K

That loft library, though

The Chestnut Hill housing market is hot for carriage houses, with this stunning stone home on the edge of Fairmount Park hitting the market late June. Now joining the group is this 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath stone carriage house built in 1889.

Clocking in a 2,080 square feet, the home is surrounded by lush foliage and boasts a pretty, Zen-like backyard. And while the listing calls the master bedroom’s arched window the "showstopper" of the home, the staircase and library loft are pretty incredible, too.

And while it may look like this property is in its own little world, it’s actually within walking distance to the Chestnut Hill East SEPTA train station and the cute shops and restaurants along Germantown Avenue. You might even consider the train ride this weekend—there are open houses this Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 2 p.m.

The asking price of this carriage house at 140 Bethlehem Pike is $699,000.