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Transformed Tudor in Merion Station asks $1.5M

Just wow

This Tudor from the 1920s has undergone an impressive renovation.
Courtesy of Paul Lipowicz, Keller Williams Luxury Homes

After undergoing an extensive interior renovation, this expansive Tudor in Merion Station has hit the market to the tune of $1,495,000.

Located at 412 Academy Drive, the Tudor dates back to 1923 and sits on a half acre of land. It clocks in at an impressive 5,372 square feet. It features four bedrooms and four and a half baths.

Much of the original details and the exterior remain intact, starting with the gorgeous staircase in the foyer with metal railings. Those black and white marble floors have been there from the beginning, too.

But the current owners spent the past few years altering the home’s floor plan, swapping out kitchen cabinetry and renovating the home’s bathrooms.

Some other house perks: The master suite has its own private deck and a finished basement. There’s also a two-car garage, not that you’d necessarily need it, since the home is located between two stops along SEPTA Regional Rail.