Malvern Bank House of the Week: William Lightfoot Price Home in Wallingford

A William Lightfoot Price home at 112 Walker Lane in Wallingford.

An enchanting home crafted by renowned architect William Lightfoot Price in 1897 with six bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms has hit the market in Wallingford, writes Sandy Smith for the Philadelphia Magazine.

The house hints at how Price transition into Arts and Craft style but also showcases elements from the Shingle Style and his Gothic past. This includes the octagonal tower that is home to a cozy den on the first floor and bedrooms on the two upper floors.

First Floor Den
Primary Bedroom
Bedroom, Primary Suite, Home Office/Den

The open and informal main floor is also home to the living room and dining room, both with plate rails that characterize many Arts and Craft homes, end a charming kitchen with breakfast room and Amish cherry cabinetry. Meanwhile, the spacious primary bedroom on the second floor includes a modern bathroom.

Living Room
Dining Room
Breakfast Room
Primary Bathroom
Home Office
Sun Porch
Front Porch
Second Floor Stair Hall
Rear Patio
Back Yard

Additionally the sloping 2.47-acre lot boasts a playhouse made of the same rustic stone as the main residence and a Gothic cottage built as a stable. The latter now serves as a three-car garage with an accessible apartment above.


Read and see more of this house at 112 Walker Lane in Wallingford, listed for $939,000 in Philadelphia Magazine.

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