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In Flourtown, a converted barn with vaulted ceilings wants $1.3M

Plenty of wood and beams in this five-bed home

Michael Brock

A Flourtown home that just came on the market offers a mix of farmhouse charm—in exposed beams and wood doors—and contemporary design for $1,295,000.

The five-bed, 4.5-bath place in Flourtown—a 30 minute drive from Center City—offers a lot of style and amenities on its nearly two acres of land. There’s a pool, hot tub, and several slate terraces outside the home. Inside, a massive living room with vaulted ceilings and walls of windows, offers a fireplace and access to a rear deck, with views overlooking the woods.

Meanwhile, the kitchen and breakfast area offers the same style of high ceiling, along with sweeping views of Wissahickon Creek.

Built in 1900, the home is a converted barn and it still features many of those rustic aspects that recall its original use, like wood paneling and wood doors everywhere, and plenty of exposed wood beams.

There’s even a separate cottage outside the home, which can be used as guest space.