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Modern Main Line home from 1956 asks just under $600K

Lots of natural light

A large living room with vaulted ceilings, a wall of windows, a floor-to-ceiling fireplace, and exposed beams.
This Main Line home from 1958 is on the market for $599,900.
Courtesy of Houwzer

A bright and spacious split-level home on the Main Line that dates back to 1958 has come to the market, wowing with its vaulted ceilings, retro bathrooms, and big, wide rooms.

The home is located in Lower Merion Township, and is a four-bedroom, four-bathroom property sitting on less than an acre. The massive living room is one of the most impressive spaces in the house, featuring a stone fireplace that stretches from floor to ceiling, exposed beams and vaulted ceilings, plus a large wall of windows.

Expansive windows are a recurring theme throughout: The back of the home has three sets of sliding glass doors that open to the backyard. Overall, each room seems to get more than enough natural light as a result.

The home’s age comes through in the retro bathrooms—one has Pepto Bismol pink tiles—and the family room on the lower level, whose walls are lined with walnut panels.

If the four bedrooms and four baths weren’t enough, a portion of the property’s two-car garage has been turned into an au pair suite with laundry.

The asking price of the 3,320-square-foot home is $599,900.