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Live in a stone Tudor home in Wynnewood for $735K

It’s a four-bed place

Jim Albert

With stone walls, arched doorways, and a gable roof, it makes all the sense in the world that this Wynnewood home sits on a street called Arthurs Round Table—it kind of looks like a mini castle.

The 2,700-square-foot home just came on the market for $735,000, offering four beds and 2.5 bathrooms. Despite its appearance (and that street name) the house was actually built in the 1920s, when the Tudor revival style was experiencing a boom of popularity. And from the looks of it, the architects really leaned into the style.

The exterior of the place is the most telling, with stone fronting on the first floor, a gabled roof, and half timbering on the second story. Inside, a covered stone front porch with tons of windows to the outside. The living area features exposed beams and access to a patio area, while the kitchen has a farmhouse sink and adjoining wet bar.

Upstairs, the bedrooms are sleek and minimalist, with multi-paned windows and wood doors.

The 4,700-square-foot lot is tucked away on a cozy side street in Wynnewood, a quick drive from the Main Line. The home has gone through a few price bumps in the past few years; most recently it was sold for $655,000 in 2014.