1925 Pennsylvania Tudor With Cathedral Like Interior Complete With Stained Glass Lists for $2.1 Mill
Windsor is a Tudor style walled and gated residence in downtown Wayne, the Main Line's most walkable community. Built in 1925 for arts patron Lydia Wood Baily by Frank Stephens, sculptor and co-founder of the utopian community of Arden, this landmark architectural gem originally housed a private Shakespeare theatre. Windsor has just undergone a four-year renovation that has transformed it into one of the areas most fascinating properties. A new carriage house/studio was built, and the main house has been reinvented and restored to showcase the original Arts and Crafts details that enhance carefully reconfigured interiors. Fabulous millwork and cabinetry, stained and leaded glass windows, and hand-carved sculptural elements contribute to the old-world atmosphere. Delightful and commodious rooms and newly-landscaped grounds make this the perfect retreat from the mundane concerns of modern life. New state-of-the-art mechanical systems and extensive landscaping and site work enhance this perfect setting for personal creativity and comfortable living. The region's most talented artists, architects, engineers, artisans and mechanical geniuses created Windsor in the 1920s and their 2020 counterparts have brought it up to the highest modern standards while preserving its historic architectural integrity. The list of designers and contractors who have worked on Windsor reads like a who's who of the Main Line's most respected professionals. This landmark property has no counterpart.
$2,100,000 5 bd, 5 ba, 5,727 Square Feet
301 Windsor Ave, Wayne, PA 19087
Real Estate Agent Information:
James A. Cochrane and Team
James A Cochrane Inc
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