Rarely does a beautiful estate like this come on the market. This all brick, authentic, Williamsburg Colonial is located in the heart of the famed ~Radnor Hunt~ area of Chester County. The original home was built in 1967. A major transformation started in 1991, superbly designed by acclaimed Chester County Architects McIntyre/Capron & Associates and expertly crafted by local Master Builder Steve Young. A true masterpiece with undeniable curb appeal was created at 419 Dutton Mill Rd. The house offers a flowing, functional floor plan wonderfully appointed with detailed crown moldings, chair-railings, wainscoting and recently renovated bathrooms and a convenient his and hers bath in the master. The large family room is very inviting with its open design and blends seamlessly with the updated, bright gourmet kitchen. There is a beautiful den which could be an option for a first-floor bedroom. The first-floor rooms use authentic glass panel doors to provide natural light and full views of the south facing rear yard with its abundant plantings, specimen trees, and a gorgeous well-manicured 4+ acres. Exquisite detailing of landscaping is complemented by expertly designed hardscaping, trellises and walkways. There is plenty of parking complemented by a wonderful 4 car garage, designed to flawlessly blend with the character of the original home. There are also opportunities for a horse barn, outdoor rooms, etc. In addition, the garage building also houses a 1500 sq. ft. two story carriage house, complete with indoor golf simulator (easily converted to a theater), unique wood flooring, gas fireplace, full kitchen, two bedrooms and a most convenient elevator. The carriage house would be ideal for in laws, children, or guests. The house is served by a whole house generator, well maintained mechanical systems, hydronic heating in the first floor of the garage and carriage house, four working fireplaces in the main house, sound system and a 1700 bottle wine cellar plus lots of more amazing amenities. Conveniently located in sought after Willistown Township, and close to all major routes and shopping.This beautiful home and its grounds is a rare place for peacefulness, privacy, and enjoyment of life.
About this Area
Malvern is a quaint borough and a member of Philadelphia’s Main Line suburbs. Like Bala Cynwyd on the far eastern side of the Main Line, the area was founded by Welsh immigrants who purchased land from William Penn. The area continues to evolve. From a small town built around an inn into the modern, engaging borough that exists today, Malvern is moving forward.
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