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Mt. Airy stone colonial with 19th-century flair asks $749K

It dates back to 1893

A stone colonial with a wrap-around porch.
This stone colonial in Mt. Airy has hit the market for $749,000.
Courtesy of BHHS Fox & Roach

A gorgeous stone colonial in Mt. Airy has listed again after spending a few weeks off the market, and it’s still lovely as ever.

The 6-bedroom, 3.5-bath home was designed in 1893 by Philly architect Edward Hazelhurst, who years earlier had earned fame for his work on the original Battery Hotel in Asheville, North Carolina.

Today, the 4,550-square-foot home stands in pretty mint condition, with much of the original architectural details intact. The wrap-around porch gives the home some serious curb appeal, and there are lovely hardwood and parquet floors throughout. Those curved window benches in the living room and bedrooms are really love, and there are three fireplaces. The windows also still have their original indoor shutters.

It’s not all original, though: The kitchen is two-years-old, and there’s a new bathroom on the third floor. The master bedroom also has a bonus sun room.

The asking price of this home is $749,000. And heads up: There’s an open house on Sunday, January 29 from 2 to 4 p.m.