Forebay Farm, For You
Craving country life, but still tied to the city? Forebay Farm is an impeccable modernist take on an Okie-styled Main Line classic, and only minutes from Center City. If you are itching to get to Chester County, but your other half gets hives from all the hay, think about relocating to this unique property, secluded on 12 acres off Cherry Lane, one of Lower Merion’s most beautiful streets.
Life is a Garden.
There’s no place like home, and this one is a special mix of artistry, simplicity, and elegance. Just looking at around will make you feel relaxed, far from the overwhelm that sometimes comes with a large suburban home. This is a home where professional architectural design, quality construction and sophisticated interiors meet with stunning results.
Just the Right Fit
For someone who loves the village of East Hampton, but also wants privacy – someone who likes “This Old House” but doesn’t want a project – this house offers the best charms of the Village of East Hampton, but better.
Elements of Style in Haverford
Classic, modern, historic – sprawling yet compact – glamorous but restrained. This home brings together classic Main Line and Pennsylvania elements that create a unique personality and maximum privacy at the edge of Merion’s West Golf Course.
Divine Provenance on the Main Line
Holly Hill is one of the Main Line’s most notable properties, dating to 1881 when the original parcel totaled 320 acres and the estate, then known as Fox Hill Farms, was self-sustaining in the tradition of an English country manor.
Durham-Styled Whitewashed Elegance in Radnor
Built in 1937, this classic Main Line home located in Bryn Mawr, Radnor Township, is an elegant but restrained throw-back to one of the best eras in architecture and home design in the area. It sports a few of my favorite features in suburban architectural motifs: a rough-finish whitewashed brick (yummy!), metal window frames with paned glass, and a dramatic roofline. Add to that a nearly-symmetrical facade that lends itself to both classical and simple contemporary interpretation, and you have what I call a fine and handsome house!