This elegant, well-built, architect-designed townhouse with front garden, attached garage, and private rear yard is located in the 20 acre development of of 19 custom house within Chestnut Hill's 50 acre Druim Moir Historic district that borders Fairmount Park. This Cotswold styled townhouse features solid masonry construction with stucco veneer, casement windows, steeply pitched roofs, and mostly hard wood floors. The first floor offers an entrance vestibule, living room with a fireplace and built-in cabinets, center hall with powder room, an updated kitchen with dining area, and a bright den with vaulted ceiling & french doors that open to patio & gardens overlooking conserved open space. A master suite with private bathroom & walk-in closets, two more bedrooms with full bathroom, and a laundry room comprise the upper level. A large basement with crawl space and an attic offer extra space/storage. The Druim Moir Homeowner's Association maintains the 10 acres of commonly owned pristine lawns, stately trees, gardens, and private entrance drives of this development acclaimed for its conservation and architectural integrity.
Listing courtesy of BHHS Fox & Roach-Chestnut Hill.
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