Malvern Bank House of the Week: Tudor Revival in Wayne

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The Tudor revival home and property at 410 Orchard Way in Wayne

An outstanding Tudor Revival home with seven bedrooms and seven full and two half bathrooms is available for sale in Wayne.

Situated on a beautiful 2-acre lot in the South Wayne Historic District and surrounded by old-growth oak, birch, and Japanese maple, the home offers highly coveted privacy while being within walking distance of downtown Wayne.

Built in 1899, this impressive stone-and-stucco manor perfectly melds old-world elegance with modern amenities. It is bursting with stunning details inside and out, including cylindrical stone turrets, leaded glass casement windows, oak flooring, and quarter-sawn oak moldings, wainscoting, and millwork.

Highlights include the spacious living room with vaulted ceilings and a gas fireplace, an enclosed sunroom that overlooks the flagstone patio and wooded grounds, the library/turret room with stained glass windows and curved bookshelves, and a John Milner-designed eat-in kitchen.

Living Room
Sun Room
Kitchen

Upstairs, the primary suite features an en-suite bathroom, a fireplace, a window seat, and both sunrise and sunset balconies. This level is also home to two more bedrooms, each with an adjacent full bathroom, Meanwhile, the third floor has two additional bedrooms and a hall bath, along with a playroom.

Bedroom
Downstairs
Patio and Pool

Read and see more of this Tudor revival home at 410 Orchard Way in Wayne, listed for $3,975,000 on Realtor.com.

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