SOLD | Built 1780 | 7,344 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 5.5+ Baths | 2.76 Acres
6 Todmorden Lane, Rose Valley, Pennsylvania, United States, 19086
Todmorden Hall, a breathtaking 18th century stone residence in Rose Valley, Pennsylvania, has sold for $1.9 million. The property hit the market in May 2020 for $2.25 million and was reduced to $2.15 million in August 2020. Tucked away on 2.8 lush and serene acres, this unique offering includes a tennis court, multiple outdoor gathering spaces, a koi pond and a detached 3-car garage. The home has been painstakingly renovated to all of its 18th century glory with ornate and original charm at every glance. No detail has been overlooked in its over 7,000 square feet with a chef’s kitchen, 5 bedrooms, 5 full & 2 half bathrooms and 4 bonus rooms.
Ample windows allow light to flood each room, highlighting soaring ceilings, ornate chandeliers, original fireplaces, beautiful tile work, original mouldings, built-in shelving, exposed brick and gorgeous hardwood floors. This bespoke property is rich in American history having once been a strategic outlook during the Revolutionary War and an important link in The Underground Railroad. During their ownership of the property, the famed horticulturalists Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hoyt Scott transformed the acreage into sprawling and beautiful gardens that still remain. While tucked away and secluded, the estate provides convenient access to downtown Media, Philadelphia, highways, airport, parks, public transportation and more. Todmorden Hall was on the market for $2.15 million with Mike McCann of Keller Williams.
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