Friday, September 4, 2015

Kalas estate on the market

Long & Foster has the listing for the broadcaster's house in Upper Providence Township.

Kalas estate on the market

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The Christine Clark Real Estate Team of Long & Foster is selling the house of the late Harry Kalas, which sits in a cul-de-sac bordering Ridley Creek State Park in Upper Providence Township, Delaware County.

Asking price is $625,000.

"It's not anything too pretentious," Clark told me. Though the furnishings will be taken, a bit of Harry the K will remain: The bar in the basement, known as the Kalas Korner, contains stained glass with baseball etchings.

It has two floors of living space, including two full kitchens. The lower floor offers level entries and separate living quarters..

Eileen Kalas, his widow, plans to leave the area.

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