The Philly burbs are dotted with midcentury modern homes like this one in Penn Valley and another in on the Main Line. Here’s another one designed by a local architect in the early 1950s and sits a half-mile from the former Barnes residence in Merion.
It’s a large 4-bedroom, 4-bath home that was designed by noted architect Harry Sternfeld in 1953. The listing photos reveal interiors that almost look like the inside of a ‘Real World’ house, as well as dramatic vaulted ceilings and a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows that look out to the property’s 1.29 acres.
It’s a big home—it clocks in at 5,231 square feet. That includes an attached two-car garage that’s zoned for office use. The asking price of the home in Lower Merion is $1,500,000.
- Map: Philly homes for sale designed by famous architects [Curbed Philly]