This French style mansion is located at 3080 Paper Mill Road in Huntingdon Valley, PA and is situated on 5 wooded acres. It was built in 2008 and boasts approximately 14,000 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, spacious great room with French doors, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, hearth room, home office, media room, gym, billiards room, flagstone verandas and balconies, detached carriage house with studio, 7-car garage and more. It is listed at $4,799,000.

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  • Limedaiquar

    I’m just in LOVE with these high quality pictures! 😉

    But anyways I hate the outside. I like the inside minus all of the terrace/basement and the family room.




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  • Oliver

    Umm.. The exterior facade is beautiful! Interior is god awful!! with the one and only exception of the kitchen. Needs redecorating badly. Grounds are pretty nice too but they need more landscaping. That detached garage is awesome too.




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  • NOVA Ben

    The facade is confusing and not at all pleasing, but the interior completely bored me to tears. This place needs desperate help.




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  • Grrrowler

    I’ll combine elements from what Lime and Oliver each said and say that I hate the whole thing, inside and out. There’s not a single thing I can find that appeals to me. I shan’t even waste my proverbial breath dissecting the various stylistic and decorative atrocities; it’s not worth the time, and there are just too many!

    Aren’t we about due for a tasteful home?




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    • Limedaiquar

      If we could like comments I’d like this. I hope to see a tasteful home. Soon. :/




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      • Grrrowler

        Thank you 🙂




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  • Daniel

    It’s Friday, so why not challenge myself and *try* to find something appealing in the architecture and/or decoration?

    Must….find….something…..will….not…..give….up……OH! I think my cat would find the green ottoman in the living room appealing. Granted the tassels would be giving him an invitation to rip in to shreds.




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  • LE

    UNLESS there is a reasonable explanation like the typography of the land that requires the entrance to be at the end of the house, the front facade is a joke and so dumb. The rear facade, on the other hand, is really gorgeous and majestic looking. Not sure if I’d want a backyard that steep unless I was really into snowboarding or sledding in the winter.
    Thank goodness the people who live there are taking the furniture, because if I bought that house I wouldn’t want to see one piece of the furniture anywhere.
    I looked at the view from the exercise room and unless I’m mistaken it’s located at the far left side of the rear facade. If that’s the case then that’s another huge design blunder because it seems to have the nicest view of the property, especially with all that glass.




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  • Joejoe509

    Yeesh. Certainly not the worst. It’s not even in my top 10 worst. But there’s not a lot to latch onto here. It’s a big jumbled mess inside and out. I can’t believe this was built in 2008. I seriously would have guessed 1950-1955. Somebody elderly with very elderly tastes lived here. Yuck. Even the halfway decent stuff looks cheap and dated. Why didn’t the designer/builders tell them they were crazy? The price is hilarious. Good luck getting half that.

    Ok… if I had to pick my “favorite” part I would have to say the exterior of the carriage house. But even then it looks like a cheap motel or a dated apartment duplex. Again… 2008?? I call shenanigans.




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  • lambskin

    My Mother always said “If you can’t find anything nice to say don’t say anything at all.” Ergo….




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