The Grand is one of two attached homes in the historic Fellows Hall in Gladwyne. With over 2,400 square feet of living space, this 3 bedroom, 2 ~ bath home has a basement and detached 2-car garage. The Grand is part of Gladwyne Commons, a unique blend of historic renovations and new construction in one of the historic overlay districts in the village of Gladwyne. The homes are in the Lower Merion School District. A full porch spans the width of the front and back of this home. The open plan first floor has a living room and dining room, separated by a double-sided, gas fireplace. The gourmet kitchen includes 36" wall cabinets, 5-burner gas range, large center island and granite countertops. The master suite can be easily accessed by way of the included private elevator or by stairs. The master bedroom suite with 13' ceilings occupies the entire third floor. Elegant and spacious, the master bedroom has a sitting area, walk-in closet and private bath with double-bowl vanity, tub/shower with tile surround and tile floor. The second floor has two spacious bedrooms, a laundry room and hall bath with double-bowl vanity. The Grand is part of the Gladwyne Commons Condominium Association that includes common area maintenance, lawn maintenance, snow and trash removal. Enjoy the truly walk-to proximity of the village of Gladwyne with convenient banking, shopping, dining, recreation and easy access to public transportation and commuting routes. Walk one block to Ann Arader Design, The Gladwyne Market House, Gladwyne Pharmacy, True Value Hardware Store, Green Bean Coffee, and Gladwyne Lunch Box. Walk two blocks to the Gladwyne Library and Acme. Gladwyne Elementary is a couple of blocks down the street. Enjoy easy access to the fourteen-acre Gladwyne Park just a short walk away with lots of space to enjoy nature, visit play areas and ball fields and meet neighbors. All of this, only twenty minutes from downtown Philadelphia. Main Line reBUILD specializes in adaptive re-use: the renovation and restoration of old, treasured buildings for a new purpose, residential homes. Saving the historic buildings of the Main Line and converting them to new one-of-a-kind new homes preserves the heritage of our neighborhoods and encourages appreciation of fine craftsmanship that melds past and present. Note: Agent is related to seller.