The median home value in Gladwyne, PA is $1,192,500.
the county median home value of $150,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Gladwyne, PA is $1,192,500.
Approximately 79% of Gladwyne homes are owned,
compared to 15.25% rented, while
5.75% are vacant.
Gladwyne real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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This private retreat sits on an incredible 2-acre site overlooking Philadelphia Country Club. Your very own nature sanctuary in Gladwyne. This pristine home comes with oversized windows with abundant light and fantastic views of the private manicured grounds. This home is an absolute gardener's delight. You will find gracious room sizes, a vaulted ceiling in the living room along with the first of three fireplaces, beautiful random-width walnut pegged hardwood floors and easy access to great outdoor entertaining spaces with a huge wrap-around bluestone patio. This well-cared-for neutral and pristine home offers generous room sizes throughout. The den has the second of three fireplaces. Open concept living makes entertaining a delight. The Living and Dining Rooms flow seamlessly into each other as do the Kitchen, Breakfast, and Family Room. On the second level, you'll find the primary suite complete with a sitting area, the third fireplace, and a limestone master bath with two separate vanities, a walk-in shower, and a soaking tub. This home has custom closets and cabinetry throughout and also comes with a generator. Incredible location, minutes to clubs, schools, I-76, 476, trains, and downtown Philadelphia. House is offered with a 1 year home warranty.
All renderings are conceptual and may be fully customized to accommodate the buyer. Manor Farm has been designed to fit the character of the estateÃ¢ÂÂs principal Ã¢ÂÂfarmhouseÃ¢ÂÂ and it is a comfortable and handsome house, with rendered walls under clay-tile roofs. Here ADAM architecture have taken the opportunity to have a less formal work of architecture, but one which feels entirely natural in this wooded estate with its paddocks and vistas. Manor Farm is characterised by a more relaxed tone of architecture and composed of three principal parts. The main range has two lower wings, one designed in the manner of an attached mill and aligned with main block; this provides the master bedroom suite. A one-and-a-half storey range stands at right angles to the main range and this houses the family kitchen and family room, both contained in the ample double-height, timber-framed structure. This was conceived of as an older barn structure, with its large windows styled as if infills for original cart openings. The main range includes the drawing room, entrance hall and dining room. The overall feel is rustic, but the buildingÃ¢ÂÂs style draws on the essential classical vernacular of late seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century farmhouse architecture, with shuttered windows. The main range is in coursed rubble stone, under a clay-tile roof. The barn range is timber-framed with walls of stone under a clay-tile roof, and has low pitched roof-dormers in the seventeenth-century rustic manner. It has a covered loggia facing the swimming pool, in the manner of an open cart shed, and this provides a sheltered area for al fresco dining. The landscape is designed in an informal picturesque manner, providing a delightful contrast to other, more formal, built elements within the estate.
11.9 breathtaking acres in premier Gladwyne location. The following description is for a stunning residence proposed for this property. All renderings are conceptual and may be fully customized to accommodate the buyer. The Stables at Linden Hill, reflect the great emphasis placed on the equestrian dimension of country life during the seventeenth and eighteenth century, recalling a time when stables were designed with a stately spirit and robust grandeur. Inspiration has been taken from elegant enclosures rendered almost as defensive courtyards, such as those of Chateau du Rivau and the Chateau de la Coutanciere. The Stables is designed to have an appealing sense of solidity and enclosure, and to enjoy views on all sides. The principal ground-floor openings are designed as full, tall, rounded headed windows; to the north-west, the stonefaced building encloses a handsome articulated courtyard with cobbles and stone walls. To the south-east lies a formal garden, and to one side, an attractive potager garden has been designed around an existing folly from the original Linden Hill estate. A dovecote was an important sign of manorial status and this folly was conceived as a cylindrical dovecote or pigeonnier, and has long been known as the Ã¢ÂÂchicken houseÃ¢ÂÂ. On the other side of the house lies the pool garden.