The richly hued blue front door flanked by filigree planters offers the first clue that 3500 Warden Dr may be something special. And indeed it is. Beyond the rich all stone exterior and the incredibly lush plantings and gardens, one finds a simply delightful c.1929 home radiating warmth, charm, excellent care and many updates. The home's Colonial architecture serves as a great backdrop for its crisp, uncluttered decor. Look for a center entrance hall, exposed hardwood floors, windows with deep sills and mullion panes. The living room with lovely mantel and gas fireplace opens to a cozy year round stone room perfect as a library or TV room. The dining room is a good size. The expansive kitchen offers new appliances, lots of cabinetry, a large island with work and dining space and an open gathering/sitting area with a gas fireplace and vaulted ceiling. This ceiling concept extends to the main bedroom suite upstairs where the ceiling has been removed to the roof line, stone walls exposed and skylights installed. A dressing room and full bathroom complete this suite. There are three additional bedrooms and two more full bathrooms on this level. Outside a bucolic feel takes over with beautiful gardens and plantings on all sides, a ground level deck and a sense of complete privacy. The home offers newer windows, newer furnace, central air, recent exterior painting and a one car garage. All this is just a short distance from the train, Kelly Dr, the expressway and just 10 minutes from downtown. Note that Phila public records incorrectly states lot and house size. Corrected for multi list information.