(April 2019) — Leading, local real estate agent is marketing a Main Line fairy tale home. 1851 Mallard Lane is the location of Brett Furman’s newest and most magical listing to date, in the renowned Lower Merion neighborhood of Villanova. This property delivers a love-at-first-sight impact with a brick and timbered façade, gabled slate roof, and manicured landscaping situated on a quiet cul-de-sac.

“This is the perfect opportunity for someone searching for tranquil privacy in a convenient location,” Furman stated, before adding, “with an open and spacious floor plan that includes a coffered ceiling in the living room, operational original leaded casement windows, 4 bedrooms, 3 wood burning fireplaces, central air, and 3 full, plus 1 half updated bathrooms. A walled patio off the kitchen with flower beds and blossoming shrubs surrounds the back of the property providing a peaceful outdoor oasis.”

On the market this month for $1.25 million, Furman apprises that this two-and-a-half story Tudor converted Carriage house was most likely built by Villa Nova Company, Limited circa 1929 and designed by the well-known firm Baily and Bassett. “It’s a real privilege to represent a true piece of early twentieth century history,” said Mr. Furman, broker-owner of RE/MAX Classic in St. Davids. “It’s a stunning example of the architecture and lifestyle on the Main Line.”