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Albermarle Estate in Villanova returns, asks $16.9M

Will the pricechop help this 17-acre estate find a buyer?

The 17-acre Albermarle Estate in Villanova is back on the market.
Courtesy of Kurfiss Sotheby’s

The jaw-dropping Albermarle Estate in Villanova has re-listed yet again, this time with another pricechop that has brought its asking down to $16,900,000.

The 16.93-acre estate originally listed in June 2012 for $25 million, but has been on and off the market ever since.

Yet the Albermarle never fails to impress whenever it re-lists. The estate in Villanova, about 45 minutes outside of Philly, was once part of the Ardrossan, the Montgomery Scott family's enormous estate that at one point had 40 buildings. In fact, the Albermarle’s main home was once the original estate’s stable.

Today, the property features 8 bedrooms, 9 full baths, and 4 half baths. The craftsmanship can be appreciated everywhere from the hand-carved front doors to the renovated interiors.

Elsewhere on the grounds are four other structures, including a restored clock tower that houses office space, two guest houses, and a stable that is a remake of the original.

Let’s have another look at the jaw-dropping property.