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Linden Hill – $24,500,000

Linden Hill – $24,500,000

Linden Hill – $24,500,000
June 18
13:34 2013

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Linden Hill

1543 Monk Road, Gladwyne, Pennsylvania, United States, 19035

Designed and built in 1929 by Edmund Gilchrist, Linden Hill is an entire village of complementary buildings resembling a miniature Normandy complete with manor house and village buildings on 50+ magnificent acres.

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Formerly owned by the legendary Jack Dorrance whose family invented Campbells condensed soup, it is nationally recognized, and the crown jewel of our marketplace.  Just minutes from Center City, Philadelphia, this impeccable property offers an unprecedented opportunity.

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The French Norman manor house is the centrepiece of the estate and is comprised of a central entrance hall, living room and dining room flanked by two wings that house the kitchen, family living spaces, bedrooms, and staff quarters.

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It is a welcoming, livable family home, with exquisite details; 10-14 foot ceilings, intricately hand carved English paneling, English Oak flooring, 8 ornate fireplaces, 7 family bedrooms, 2-3 staff bedrooms, 8 full and 3 half baths, and state of the art kitchen and systems.  Every room has spectacular views and most have French doors that open into surrounding gardens.

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Price: $24,500,000
House Size: n/a
Lot Size: 50 Acres
Bedrooms: 8
Bathrooms: 8 Full, 3 Half
Specialty Items: Designed & Built in 1929 by Edmund Gilchrist, Formerly Owned by Jack Dorrace, Formal Gardens, Two Swimming Pool, Pool House, Tennis Court, Courtyard, 10-14′ Ceilings, 10-Car Garage, Taxes Based on 67 Acres.
Address: 1543 Monk Road, Gladwyne, Pennsylvania, United States, 19035
Listing Agent: John Dubbs of Prudential Fox & Roach, Realtors

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