A secluded residential enclave of 18 homes in Chestnut Hill, "Druim Moir," Gaelic for "high ridge," offers beautiful country living overlooking the hiking trails of the Wissahickon, Forbidden Drive and Valley Green. The main residence was originally built for Henry Howard Houston, by The Hewitt Brothers, in 1885. In the early 1980s descendants of the Houston family divided the mansion into 3 townhouses and built 14 new homes fashioned after a Cotswold village. This three bedroom, two and a half bath Druim Moir townhouse has many wonderful features, including wood floors, fireplace, addition with sunroom and office/creative area, second floor laundry, and a master suite with Juliet balcony, two walk-in closets, and full bath. French doors lead to a brick patio and the large rear garden bordered by a high stone wall that is original to the estate. This lovely home offers low maintenance living and spectacular green space beyond the backyard, including English formal gardens and many acres of common property that is protected by the Conservation and Easements program. A low monthly association fee maintains the 10 acres of shared space, as well as snow removal. Everything you love about living on a historic Chestnut Hill estate with none of the maintenance, just 1/2 mile from the train Line to Center City and 1 mile from the quaint cobblestone main street of Chestnut Hill.