This is a Must See - words and pics don't do it justice - Do you believe in powers of feng shui and the precept that house is a machine for living? This contemporary house was designed by local modern architect Eugene F. Fink, in 1972. Built in 1920's as a bungalow that served as a farmhouse for a large Hatfield farm, Mr Fink purchased from original owners and converted the home to his personal residence. An open floor plan that essentially spirals off the Silo structure of the front entrance, also has a second entrance that both open and direct focus into the property and away from the street. Sitting on .64 of an acre of open, level land. The interior layout is open to interpretation as the first floor with 2 entrances - the Silo entry serves as a mud/gathering room w' 2 story foyer - then take the spiral stairs to the Living/Great room with sunken lower area centered by fireplace and adjoining a formal open style living area and corner nook - all in the same space - lovely wood clad windows offering plenty of natural light yet very private for the occupants. in the other half of the 1st floor space is a large open eat in kitchen. Modern in style yet harking back to a farmhouse concept. also leads to the second entrance with another useful room entry. Also off the kitchen is a Studio/Office type space that was a bedroom during one incarnation of this wonderful house. Venture upstairs from the Silo area and you find 2-4 bedroom based on your need or vision. Currently used as 2 bedrooms (open) on one side and a centralized sitting area also hall bathroom (minus the hall) at the top of stairs. On the other side of this level is where the Master bedroom area is found, with rear yard views and adjoining master bathroom. These owners have lived and loved a wonderful decade of life here and would not be selling but for their relocation out west. This home's convenient location within Hatfield offers much to its residents, by way of lifestyle: Hatfield Comm'ty Park and Hatfield Aquatic Center are across Vine St - schools are less than a mile away, center of village is an 8 min walk, train is a 8-10 min drive, taking you to CC Philly. If you are luck enough to live here you would be just the fourth owner of this unique mid 20th century classic home tucked into Montgomery Co with convenient access to 309 and its many amenities of the new century.