1881 Frank Furness-Designed Gilded Age Mansion in Haverford, PA

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1881 Frank Furness-Designed Gilded Age Mansion in Haverford, PA

$3,295,000 | Built 1881 | 16,914 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 7.5+ Baths | 1.94 Acres
231 Laurel Ln, Haverford, PA 19041

Designed by American architect Frank Furness and built in 1881 for shipping magnate Clement Griscom as his family’s summer residence, this 16,914 square foot mansion, known as the Dolobran Estate, is on the market for $3.29 million in Haverford, Pennsylvania. Listing details: Welcome to the Dolobran Estate, a rare opportunity to own a magnificent piece of history on the Main Line!! Originally designed by renowned Philadelphia architect, Frank Furness, this 7 Bedroom, 7 Full and 2 Half Bath masterpiece was built in 1881 for shipping magnate Clement Griscom as his family’s summer retreat. Featured as the Vassar showhouse in the early 1990’s, and again extensively renovated from 2012-2014, this property has finally been restored to its former glory, offering the most discerning buyer the perfect combination of distinguished architectural grandeur while harmoniously blending with modern amenities. As you enter the grand Foyer, you will be mesmerized by the many hallmarks of a by-gone era, beginning with the original blue and white Delft Tile murals and Jacobean chimney surround, that were gifts from the Queen of the Netherlands. The stunning carved oak doors, detailed coffered ceilings, and stunning fireplaces are just some of the additional architectural features giving one a sense of the homes history and character, while all of the rooms graciously adjoin the Foyer offering a perfect modern day circular flow.

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