This large, unique home lives like a cozy English Country Farmhouse. Featured in Main Line Today and formerly the servant quarters, stables and carriage house for The Peak Estate it is steeped in history but has a nod to the modern and eclectic. As you enter the foyer you will notice the front staircase to the second floor. The tile floor has been imbedded with British coins and the custom staircase railing uses old wire confessional screens. Passing through the foyer which is divided from the rest of the house by the original stall dividers from the barn area, you will find the Great Room and its custom walk-in fireplace with a gas stove insert, reclaimed chestnut flooring, stained glass doors and 18" deep window sills with curved walls. The original sliding barn doors are used as walls and to separate this room from the bright Sunroom. The Sunroom boasts reclaimed marble floors from the DuPont Hotel, radiant floor heat and French doors to the patio. To the right of the Great Room is the huge modern eat-in Kitchen which features an antique buffet that is rumored to be original to the home and a huge central island. Around further to the right there is also a large TV room which was originally built as a first floor master bedroom with its own full bath. The second floor has two more roomy Bedrooms with en-suite baths as well as a smaller hall Bedroom. Back stairs lead down into the Kitchen. The remainder of the second floor, in the area that was originally over the barn, has been transformed into a huge cathedral ceilinged Office with an adjoining Library which was originally the sleeping quarters where the carriage drivers spent the night. In the Library there is a tiny staircase that leads downstairs into the Sunroom and was used by the carriage drivers to access their sleeping quarters after settling the horses for the night. If you are looking for something unique, this home is for you.