This classic Normandy style mansion is located at 680 Wetherby Lane in Devon, PA. It boasts 17,402 square feet of living space with 13 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. It is listed at $3,500,000.

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Majestic 17,000+ Square Foot Stone Mansion Set High On A Hilltop. Sweeping Views From Every Window. A Palatial Floor Plan, Yet Warm And Comfortable. A Home Designed For Both Family Living And Large Scale Entertaining. Twelve Fireplaces, Each One A Work Of Art. Every Corner Drenched In Sunlight. The Finest Quality Carvings, Moldings And Railings. Gorgeous Wood Floors. Pocket Doors, Juliet Balconies And Ever-Watchful Gargoyles. A Stunning Example Of Old World Design And Craftmanship. A Rare Offering.

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  • Hugh

    Great old mansion. I love the treetop view




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  • Marie

    Only 5.5 bathrooms in a mansion that huge? that is such a turn off.




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  • Stormlady

    Fabulous. Any idea of the history of the home?




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  • Daniel

    For those that were saying the $1.8 million dump in Ooltewah was a bargain, then this must be the deal of the century.

    SOOO much nicer, and in what seems a much more affluent neighborhood. I really like this place. A little updating is needed here and there, but nothing terribly major. The woodwork is stunning in some of the rooms.




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    • Venom

      You have interesting math skills there Daniel.
      $3.5 million is basically double the price of the TN house below so I am not quite sure how that translates to this being a deal of the century.

      It is a hop skip and a jump to being almost $2 million more than the TN house. Not exactly small change.

      I sure hope your home is much nicer than that “dump” in TN. lol

      The listing agent did a great job on the photos of this house making it look like it sits on a pastoral setting all by itself rather than being surrounded by a cluster of homes. lol
      I still like it though.




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      • Daniel

        *Absolutely* my 2,300 square foot house is better than that craptacular pile of feces in TN. Honest to God, after that post I walked around my house (took all of 10 minutes LOL) and I swear it is superior in terms of build quality and design. Built in 1987, 3/2/2 in East Boca, and I would take it every single time over 16K square-feet in Ooltewah.

        On a side note, I realllly hate the name of that town. I keep wanting to say “Oompa-Loompa.”




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        • Venom

          I am not sure how you can determine build quality from a photo, but ok…

          I go to Boca every year, my aunt has a home there and so does her son, and I am sorry the quality of those homes is far from excellent and those are 3,300 sq.ft homes on the “lake” in a gated community. They were built in the mid 90s I believe.




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  • LE

    This home is beautiful and most have been part of a larger estate at one time and has since then been subdivided because the homes around it don’t fit the style or age of this mansion. I’d love to know when it was built because it looks to be turn of the century of early 1900’s. You cimply can’t build homes like this anymore.
    Chances are the bedrooms shared a bathroom which would have been typical in many of the mansions built during this time period.




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    • NOVA Ben

      Under year built it says “not available” but then under features, it says the home is “109 years old”, so assuming that’s accurate, it was built somewhere around 1902, so you’re spot-on with your guess.




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  • rob

    Devon is a great area. Very Main Line old money. Love this old mansion. Great stonework and great feel to the whole place. The price is right as well. Most of the houses around it are going to be in the one to two million dollar range. There are some beautiful estates in Devon.




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  • richvanc

    Lovely mansion. More bathrooms and an elevator would be nice.Does anyone need 13 bedrooms? Turn some of them into bathrooms! This home could be AWESOME!!! 🙂




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  • richvanc

    109 years old? “gawjuss”!!!!




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  • Grrrowler

    I love it, but what’s not to love about a 109 year old stone mansion with original details? The yard needs some updated landscaping, and the interior needs refreshing. I would definitely add some bathrooms and lose a few bedrooms, but I would keep as many of the original built-ins and woodwork as possible.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Agreed with Grrrowler 100%, what’s not to like indeed. The woodwork throughout looks gorgeous, the exterior is absolutely fantastic, I love the vibe of the whole place. Sure, it’s surrounded by newer (and uglier) homes, but you’ve got great views and it’s not shoehorned in amongst them like some other historic homes end up being. This is one of those homes that I could never imagine living in myself, but I absolutely love the fact that they exist and that there are people that keep them in their original grand style.

    There are areas that could be updated, but at this asking price, I feel like it still leaves plenty of financial room for updating by someone with a serious interest in the place. The only thing that worries me about this listing is the complete absence of ANY pictures of the kitchen, which suggests to me that it’ll need significant work.




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  • Michael

    Grey Craig Manor. Built in 1903 by James W Patterson. My family owned this home in the 80’s.




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