Pride of ownership is evident in this lovely turn-of-the century colonial. This stately home was built for Samuel Styer and his wife Emma (nee Graver) by William P. Albrecht in 1910; where they resided in the spring and summer. The current owners did not compromise the integrity of this home when completing renovations in 2008; combining the craftsmanship of the period with modern amenities. A welcoming foyer with elegant turned staircase sets the tone for this charming home. The formal dining room and living room features deep sill windows and pocket doors off the foyer. Original oak and pine hardwood floors throughout, were lovingly refinished by hand. The brick fireplace in the living room is flanked by French doors and opens to the sunroom with views of the expansive rear deck, lush gardens and mature trees. Floor to ceiling pine cupboards in the butlers pantry (with original re-glazed sink)and kitchen are original and during renovations a brick chimney was uncovered and restored along with the house's original doorbells - adding more charm to the spacious kitchen. The laundry room currently serves as a breakfast room with access to the lovely covered rear brick porch with stone arches. The second floor highlights the light-filled library with cathedral ceiling and tall oak bookshelves with 56 built-in drawers and arched doorways to a quiet study. A spacious master suite with large windows shares a tiled bath with the second bedroom. The third floor is a treasure offering two bedrooms and a mosaic tiled bath. This homes gives you the feeling of being in a charming bed and breakfast...everyday! The home was featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer article "The Thrill of Refinishing" (February 2009) Convenient location in Upper Dublin - minutes from regional rails and downtown Ambler.