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Mount Airy ‘Italianate villa’ wants $620K

It has eight bedrooms. No joke

Jake Schroder with Phixer Photography

Tucked away on an unassuming suburban street in West Mount Airy an Italian-inspired giant—it is an eight-bedroom place, after all—just dropped on the market for $619,900.

The listing describes the spot, with its burnt orange brick and mahogany facade, as an “Italianate villa,” and it looks like an apt categorization. The front features a wrap-around porch, wood columns, and a flat roof. Inside, the rooms are connected by arched doorways, many with the same mahogany trim found outside the home.

In the back of the first floor, a kitchen offers brick walls, a wood stove and an adjacent butler’s pantry.

The eight bedrooms are split between the second and third floors, with access to a sun room from one room, and a covered balcony from three others.

In addition to the eight bedrooms and three bathrooms, the home offers a one-car garage and a full basement. According to the listing, the home was built in the late 1800s, and has come on and off the market several times in the past year.