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Malvern midcentury modern on three acres asks $719K

Less than a mile from the Wharton Esherick Museum

A well-preserved midcentury modern home just 25 miles outside of Philly and less than a mile from the Wharton Esherick Museum has come onto the market, wowing with its clean lines and simplicity coupled with pops of color throughout.

The four-bedroom, two and a half bath home dates back to 1968 and sits on three acres in Malvern. From the front it looks like the midcentury modern is ranch-style, but it’s actually built into a hill, hiding the basement level from immediate view.

Behind the bright red door is a massive open floor plan—it totals 2,592 square feet—that features a living room and dining room with a large chimney serving as the main centerpiece. Here, and throughout the home, a wall of windows let in the property’s wooded surroundings and natural light. From here, there’s access to a wrap-around deck.

The basement, or really first floor, of the home also offers direct access to the backyard and has a floor-to-ceiling fireplace clad in brick.

The asking price of this home at 2105 Diamond Rock Hill Road is $719,900.