The traditional home built in 1930 in Crefeld Street, is up for sale. The house in Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania grabs the appeal with its Norman style trend. The property is well renovated and sits on an area of about five acres. The house still carries the reminiscent of traditional style which includes wood paneling in the great room, which was taken from a 1650 hunting lodge of King James II. The house also features a formal dining room, game room, ‘speakeasy’ bar, bowling alley, country kitchen and eight bedrooms.
The additional attribute includes master suite with a fireplace and a sitting room also with the fireplace and a conference room. The property includes a four car garage, a three-bedroom cottage and a pool. Listed for $4.75 million, the house stands for a lucrative opportunity worth grabbing.