This is a classic case of "it’s on the inside that counts." No, this Gladwyne home doesn’t exactly have curb appeal. Is that why, despite its lovely interiors and impressive views, it still hasn’t found a buyer after almost one year on the market?
The 3-bedroom, 2-bath home’s original asking price was $750,000. For 2,549 square feet of space and a location right on the Schuylkill River, that doesn’t sound so bad. Still, after five more price cuts, it’s still up for grabs, sitting pretty at just under $600,000.
Like we said, it’s the interiors and back of the home that make up for the property’s lack of curb appeal. The main living area on the second floor has a set of doors that open to the spacious porch looking over the river. The industrial-style kitchen is on this level, too. While it’s lacking storage, there’s certainly room for it.
The third story is reserved for the master suite, which features cathedral ceilings and more big windows looking out to the river. It also has private access to an equally large deck.
The home, 10 miles north of city limits, is on the market for $599,000.
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