The listing for this Conshohocken spot calls it a “contemporary ranch home,” and judging from the blending of styles in the interior and exterior, that’s an apt description.
The four-bed, 3.5-bath home is a custom-designed space, built in 1969, with several modern touches among the contemporary ones. Like a typical ranch home, the house is one story, with a low-pitched roof and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The living room is wood-paneled with exposed wood ceiling beams and a stone fireplace that stretches to the ceiling.
It’s located in one of the suburbs’ quieter areas—Lafayette Hill—just minutes from several green spaces. And it has a fair amount of its own land, too; the home sits on 1.5 acres.