Malvern Bank House of the Week: Stately 1683 Estate Home for Sale in Glen Mills

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The front property at 535 Baltimore Pike in Glen Mills.

This historic one-of-a-kind Newlin-Sharpless estate home built in 1683 is available for sale in Glen Mills.

Built around the same time that William Penn founded the state of Pennsylvania, this stately 8-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home currently serves as office space but can be easily transformed into a forever home.

It features a stunning stone exterior, 4.6 acres of lush/private land with vineyard, and a 4 car attached garage with office and potential workshop above the garage.

Vineyard

The estate home has original wide-plank hardwood flooring, charming chandeliers and a large home gym that overlooks a brick paver courtyard.

Gym and courtyard

There are 8 wood-burning fireplaces, an elevator reaching from the basement wine cellar to the third floor, and very large rooms with 11-foot ceilings throughout most of the first and second floors, along with six-foot-tall windows.

First floor room
Second floor room

A large eat-in kitchen features a wood-burning stove and top-of-the-line appliances.

Kitchen wood-burning stove
Kitchen

The property is located across the street from the 160-acre Newlin Grist Mill Park with walking trails. Nearby are several great restaurants and convenient shopping centers, with easy access to Longwood Gardens.

Read and see more of this house at 535 Baltimore Pike in Glen Mills listed for $1,200,000 on Realtor.com.

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