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Wayne’s most expensive listing now down to $6.9M

It’s still one of the Main Line’s priciest properties for sale

One of the Main Line’s priciest listings that’s steeped in architectural history has just chopped another $401,000 off its asking price, bringing it down to $6,999,000.

The 1890s mansion in Wayne has intrigued us ever since it first hit the market in 2016. It was designed by architect William Lightfoot Price, who once worked with Frank Furness and was one of first designers to use reinforced concrete. It was originally home to the Jacob Reed Clothier family.

Although it went through some rough years, the 7-bedroom, 5-bathroom mansion underwent a full restoration last year by KingsHaven Design and John Milner Architects.

But despite its makeover, the mansion is still looking for a new owner, likely someone who can handle 11,500 square feet of home.

Take another tour of the concrete stunner below.

A Jacobean Revival style mansion in Wayne, PA. Photos by Photography Arena