A spacious, converted carriage house with four bedrooms and four bathrooms that was originally built in the 19th century is available for sale in Newtown Square.
The 8,374-square-foot home, named Hidden Rock, is one of the last remaining structures of the historic Dunminning Estate.
The main living area – aptly named The Court – has a screening area, billiards table, and bar, along with 30-foot-high ceilings that are highlighted by hundreds of hand-crafted, ceramic tiles.
Complementing this is the large kitchen that was once the stable. It features granite and sealed-wood counters and state-of-the-art appliances, alongside a butler’s and service pantry for additional storage.
To access the home’s four-bedrooms, there is a two-story atrium created from the elevator that originally lifted carriages onto the second floor. This level includes a master suite with plenty of natural light from large windows and skylights in the lounge area, while its spacious bedroom includes a gas fireplace and gorgeous views of the terrace and lawns.
Read and see more of this house at 3202 Saint Davids Road in Newtown Square, listed for $2,599,900, at Curbed Philadelphia here.
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