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Classic colonial home in Mount Airy lists for $740K

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It’s a 5-bed place with columns and tons of windows


A 100-year-old Mount Airy home that was renovated just 10 years ago, recently dropped on the market for $740,000.

The five-bed, 3.5-bath home, which is tucked away on a tree-lined street, just across from Wissahickon Park, is both bright and spacious—it tops off at almost 4,000 square feet.

The first floor opens with a living room that boasts a stone fireplace and hardwood floors. The dining room is even more interesting, though with stone floors, floor-to-ceiling windows—including some that have stained glass—and a large brick and wood fireplace.

A kitchen and second dining room sit in the back of the home, along with a second staircase. The whole place offers the details you find in classic colonial homes: crown molding, plenty of fireplaces, a gabled roof, and columns out front.

The upstairs rooms stick to the same style, with large, multi-pane windows, and wood floors with ornate designs. The bedrooms on the top floor feature slanted ceilings and dormer windows.

The home was renovated in 2008, when the roof, and heating systems were completely replaced, and sold that year for $657,000. The place was recently classified as pending, but you can still check it out in a video tour put together by the listing agents.