ROCK ROSE - one of the last surviving estates of the Main Line. Legendary family home Circa 1909 from architects, Zantzinger, Borie and Medary, with materials and design hinting toward their later creation, the Philadelphia Museum of Art. This commanding estate sits secluded on 5.4 acres.
Exceptional craftsmanship is evident when you drive up the driveway to see the stunning terracotta colored home with Italian tile accents.
Exterior buildings include: octagonal gazebo, tennis court, bi-level pool.
Magnificent interior appointments, wood paneled library/den, expansive ballroom with fireplace, mahogany wood dining room with stunning art nouveau fireplace. Expansive master suite includes his & her separate baths and individual dressing rooms, two exquisite en-suite guest rooms, and five additional bedrooms with three full baths make up the private family quarters. Exercise/tea spa suite.
Property Features Include: 0, Detached Garage, central air conditioning, zoned forced air heating system, Public
Interior Features Include: kitchen island, master bath(s), butler's pantry, sauna, wet/dry bar, dining area
Additional Information: Built-In Range, Oven - Double, Commercial Range, Dishwasher, Refrigerator
Built in: 1908
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Roof: Pitched, Metal roof.
Architectural Style: Italianate, Mediterranean, Detached
Lot Acres: 5.4
Lot Dimensions: 500X470