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Just listed: Historic Mt. Airy Victorian

A Mt. Airy home built by the prominent Strawbridge family in the 1880s has just hit the market for $1.15 million.

Just listed: Historic Mt. Airy Victorian

A Mt. Airy home built by the prominent Strawbridge family in the 1880s has just hit the market for $1.15 million.

Located on West Phil Ellena Street, the Queen Anne Victorian is part of a set of three homes, known as the “Three Sisters,” built by the Strawbridges during that time.

According to the listing, the 4,500-square-foot home has been restored and improved over the years, most recently with smart technology added in. With this technology, the sound, lighting, air conditioning, and security can be controlled remotely.

The first floor includes a media room, spacious foyer, open staircase and mudroom. The master wing is located on the second floor, and has its own bath, dressing room and a blue-tiled fireplace.

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The home has five bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths. It’s listed with Louise D’Allesandro of Elfant Wissahickon.

According to public records, the home was last purchased in 2005 for $693,000.

View the listing here >

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