Elegance awaits you at this majestic, West Mount Airy Revival built in 1925. Enter a gracious foyer with stunning staircase, all designed with mahogany, walnut, oak and pecan. The first floor offers a gourmet custom kitchen outfitted with Sub-Zero and Dacor appliances, and French doors opening onto a spacious terrace designed for summer entertaining. Enjoy beautifully proportioned dining and living rooms both with fireplaces, one with famous Mercer tiles from Moravian Pottery and Tile Works in Doylestown. The family room, with cathedral ceiling, is a cozy gathering place and the sunporch currently serves as a light-filled office. The second floor features a large master suite with a large walk-in closet, cedar closet and master bath. Also, atop the grand staircase are two additional bedrooms, a study/office, an additional full bath and the backstairs to the kitchen. Two more bedrooms with a hall bathroom are on the third floor and an attic for extra storage. 7220 Sherman Street is anchored by a finished basement with a carved fireplace and murals from Philadelphia~s famous Red Rose Girls (talented early 20th century illustrators-Jessie Willcox Smith, Elizabeth Shippen Green, and Violet Oakley), a prohibition-era bar and brewing room and plenty of space for workout equipment and storage. This is an architectural wonder on a coveted, quiet street offering an outside as unique as its inside. Gated, mature landscaped exteriors and stonewalls and patios abound. Two-car heated garage. This picturesque home makes a statement with its elegance and is move-in ready just for you! Walk to the train, the Wissahickon Trails, the Weavers Way Co-op and High Point Coffee Shop, and a short drive to Mount Airy and Chestnut Hill shops, restaurants and Center City.
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