The median home value in Lower Gwynedd, PA is $1,213,750.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Lower Gwynedd, PA is $1,213,750.
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One of kind custom-built home by Marc Salamone Homes. This Estate home sits on 1.97 acres of partially wooded ground in Lower Gwynedd. It features 5000 square feet of living space and expansive 9-10-foot ceilings with gorgeous crown molding throughout. Entertain guests in a brand new designer state-of-the-art kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances, large island and quartz countertops. A Grand Living room, formal dining room and a two-story family room are just waiting for your guests. The second level boasts a an Master Suite w/ 3 walk-in closets, and a private balcony. There are four additional large bedrooms, two with attached baths, and all have walk-in closets. There is an additional hall bath on the second floor and two half baths are conveniently located back on the main level. If you require even more room to entertain, there is a full basement, ready to be finished. You can create your dream home in Wissahickon School District, and it will be built by one of the most prestigious builder in the area, Marc Salmone Homes.
Architect Rene Hoffman and custom builder Parec Homes collaborated to create this phenomenal residence in a prime area of Lower Gwynedd. Offered for the first time, the house was designed to host family and friends with ease. Its floor plan achieves just the right balance of openness and defined living areas and flows very well for events large and small. Throughout are indicators of the quality and timelessness built into the property: substantial millwork and moldings, solid-wood interior doors, hand-scraped hardwood flooring, all-wood front and back staircases as well as construction materials and techniques. Its light-filled interior features a front-to-back center hall, tall windows and a few carefully selected antique items that have been repurposed to become interesting elements in various rooms. The cookÃ¢ÂÂs kitchen is well designed and outfitted with a Thermador six-burner gas range with griddle, full-size Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer, a custom tile backsplash and an island with bar seating for guests who want to chit-chat with the chef. The casual dining area features a gas fireplace and exceptional natural light. A butlerÃ¢ÂÂs pantry with copper sink and faucet, Miele dishwasher and storage serves the dining room. Smartly designed, the kitchen is open to a sophisticated step-down family room with a wall of built-ins, a fireplace, a barrel-vaulted ceiling with cove lighting and French doors to a large patio with built-in grill. There are two powder rooms on the first floor. Extras in this part of the house include a built-in desk nook, a potting area with copper sink and faucet and a walk-in pantry, plus access to the heated three-car garage and a rear stairwell. The private quarters on the second floor include the gracious ownerÃ¢ÂÂs suite with a fireplace, sitting area and French doors to a balcony. Two walk-in closets and a spacious bath with soaking tub, oversized stall shower and two vanities completes this space. There are three additional bedrooms, including an en suite, plus two sharing a Jack & Jill bath. A large, finished flex space can be used as a fifth bedroom, exercise area, play room or other possibilities. An unfinished third floor, accessible via a straight staircase, provides yet more potential living space. As a bonus, the walkout lower level is finished with a fireplace, game area, powder room and full wet bar as well as plenty of storage and the homeÃ¢ÂÂs mechanicals. The sport court is game-ready for a variety of activities. Surrounded by verdant lawn and stone hardscaping, this sophisticated-yet-comfortable custom residence is an excellent choice in beautiful Lower Gwynedd. Motivated Seller
At the end of a long circular driveway, Circa 1898, sits a beautiful home named âWind Ridge.â Originally built as a summer home for the wealthy Vaux family of Philadelphia, a âfarmetteâ of 91 acres at its onset, it was subdivided down into lots for newer families over the years. Now, nestled on a little more than 2 acres, this grand house boasts 11 bedrooms and 6 and 1 half baths. Walking up the stone steps to the original covered porch with its pitched roof, you can imagine the horse and carriage pulling up to drop off guests for a wonderful party that was being hosted here. The grand foyer with its high ceilings and magnificent marble fireplace is what greets you when you walk thru the front door. The beautifully well kept original hard wood flooring leads you to your left, where up a few steps you enter into the library thru a charming arched doorway. Equipped with beautiful built in shelving, and arched mullioned windows. A few more steps down and you are in the great room. A magnificent living space with 12-foot ceilings, fireplace #2, lots of windows for light and a quaint corner nook with built in seating area surrounded by windows, this room is fit to host any event. To the right of the foyer, is the huge dining area with fireplace # 3, a gorgeous chandelier and a wall of windows with built in seating. Thru the Butler pantry with its built in China cabinet and original lighting fixture, to the kitchen with neutral tiled flooring, large island, stainless steel appliances, built in shelving to match the time period, and the center-piece, the Gas stove with original brick surround (used to be a chimney!) Sliding glass doors exit to a large back deck. Off of the kitchen there is a breakfast area and a very large mud room with a closet for extra storage and access to the side yard. The kitchen also has that second stair case to the upper level, which is so common to the time period of the home. The basement, off of the kitchen, includes lots of room for extra storage and a brand-new boiler. Up the foyer stairs you will find 6 bedrooms, including two master suites; 4 more fireplaces, a large full hall bath and a sizeable laundry room. Need more room? Up to the third level, this is where you will find the final 3 bedrooms (or offices, play areas) and the final full bath. Outside is an inground pool, plenty of yard space for entertaining, and another side covered porch. This home just exudes charm and character. This property, in Wissahickon School District is an absolute home run! Make your appointment today and continue to add to the memories of this beautiful property and its special history.
Welcome to the Owen Evans Homestead in prestigious Lower Gwynedd Township. Featuring two homes, the original stone residence circa 1710, a converted bank/ramp barn now an occupied residence with public sewer and public water, a newer horse barn, smoke house, garages, and outbuildings This amazing property is one of the four original Evans Homesteads in the area and is situated on 15.71 +-private bucolic acres containing 5 separate contiguous parcels. Although there are 5 deeded parcels, they are under one tax ID 39-00-04054-002 qualifying for preferential assessment under PA ACT-319. The beautifully pointed 5 bedrooms, 4 bath, stone farmhouse was renovated under the supervision of renown architects Brumbaugh and Ruthrauff and still includes most of the original doors, cupboards, and beautifully crafted millwork and trim, this home, an architectural delight, set back off the main road with privacy, spectacular picturesque views and ready for your restoration. The Spacious bank/ ramp barn converted into a residence in 1950 features 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms accented with the ambiance of its many original barn details, an open floor plan with the stone fireplace creates a warm cozy place to sit by the fire or read your favorite book on a cold winter night. The lower grade level of the converted barn is a finished office space offers central air, public sewer and public water. The original farmhouse has a public water and on-site septic system. There is frontage on both Evans Road and Sumneytown Pike. There also are recorded easements and agreements from 1987 with the municipal authority providing for a possible subdivision scale sewer and storm water connections for your inquiry and investigation to be confirmed. PLEASE DO NOT ENTER the property without an appointment. Conveniently located near restaurants, the train, shopping, major highways, and downtown Ambler. Sought after Wissahickon School District.