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Historic Overbrook Farms Tudor asks $775K after major restoration

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It dates back to about 1914

This 1914 home has been restored and renovated after selling for $190,000 in 2015.
Courtesy of Michael Sroka, Keller Williams Main Line Realty

A large, historically-certified home in Overbrook Farms has hit the market for less than $800,000 after being restored and updated from top-to-bottom.

The home was last purchased in 2015 for $190,000 and was much in need of some TLC. The prominent Tudor dates back to about 1914 and was designed by architecture firm Baily & Basset, which was responsible for a number of Tudor-style residences throughout Philly. This 6,029-square-foot home happens to be on the National Register of Historic Places.

Owner Dr. Edwin George Beausoleil led the restoration of the spacious home, which features six bedrooms and five-and-one-half bathrooms. The stately exterior was restored, bringing the mahogany-stained front door and entrance back to life.

Meanwhile, inside the 6,029-square-foot home there are plenty of restored and refinished details mixed in with more modern finishes. Some of the highlights include the main living room, with a travertine fireplace serving as the centerpiece, as well as the dining room that features another fireplace sandwiched by two built-in benches.

The asking price of this home at 6386 Church Road is $775,000.