This traditional style mansion is located in Berwyn, PA and is situated on 21 acres. It was designed by Rene Hoffman and built in 2007 by David Semerjian Builders. It boasts approximately 14,000 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 9 full and 2 half bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, paneled office, gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, 6 fireplaces throughout, vaulted family room with beamed ceiling, extensive millwork and wide plank hardwood floors throughout, recreation room, home theater, 2 garages (attached and detached) with apartments above,  2 outdoor fireplaces, swimming pool, pool house, barn and a tennis court. It is listed at $8,577,000.

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  • Limedaiquar

    The detached garage is very charming too bad the rest of it looks like an apartment complex.




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  • rob

    nice enough for a new home, but it lacks that old money feel that the older main line houses do so well. Is Berwyn main line? You can get some great old money estates for 4-5 mill, so I don’t see why anyone would buy this.




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  • Daniel

    Something about the exterior that is really off-putting. Interior doesn’t belong in a $8 million+ home.




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  • Grrrowler

    The massing of the front facade looks like it was done by a 5 year old with an Etch-A-Sketch. The back is somewhat better. The interior is the typical generic new-build style that we see so often. There’s not a lot that’s interesting, although the ceiling of the breakfast room does look like the ceiling with the giant fan in (the original) Willy Wonka movie.




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    • Joejoe509

      Spot on with this comment. Love the Wonka reference. It so does! Ha!




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  • Joejoe509

    It’s a nice enough looking home overall. But when you start looking closer at the details, there’s really not a lot to love here. I’m sure it’s a fine place to live, but it’s nothing special.

    It’s your typical new-build mish mash of barely distinguishable architectural styles. Unfortunately that theme continues inside as well. This house would need some very significant updating and redesigning to make it worthy. Take a look at the listing photos. It doesn’t get any better. The only reason this house is memorable is so that I can remember not what to do. Other wise this house is so forgettable that I’ve already forgotten about it. What were we talking about? 😉

    22 half bathrooms? Ha ha. I’m just kidding, Kenny. I know it’s supposed to be 2. But I got a chuckle out of it. 🙂




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    • Grrrowler

      With 22 half baths we can surmise that the Tidy Bowl man must live here.




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      • Joejoe509

        Hey you know what they say… when ya gotta go, ya gotta go! Maybe someone with irritable bowel syndrome lives here?




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      • Kenny Forder

        LMAO! Ugh, my bad! -_-




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  • NOVA Ben

    There’s not a lot interesting going on here. I do sort of like the facade, even though it’s extremely busy, but that’s where my interest ends. The rest of it is utterly forgettable, and as rob said, this amount of money will buy you better homes in the Main Line.




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  • James Biel

    I’m guessing that you are all not wealthy enough to live in a home as beautiful as this. I wish I were, but that would not cause me to bash a home that is clearly a well-built and stunning residence. I know the work of this builder….I’ve seen the many estate homes that he has created. This one is no different. The setting just makes this home an even bigger reason to love it!




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