The history of the French Village is not the only thing that makes this street special. This bucolic setting of such an architectural group of houses is unparalleled. Built from 1924 through 1929 by Architect Robert McGoodwin, a prominent architect of the 20s, the stone work and attention to detail makes 7316 a superb example of a French Normandy style house. The property set on the street,hides the private and level grounds, planted with mature plantings and three lovely flagstone terraces. The cozy kitchen and pantry have a walled herb and perennial garden at the back door. The Living Room and Dining Room both have fireplaces and French doors to the wonderful outdoor spaces. This house is perfect for entertaining in summer and winter. The Family Room is off of the Living Room with French doors to a small private terrace. There are six bedrooms and four baths with spiral staircases and a decorative balcony window. The location is surrounded by beautiful Fairmount Park and is within walking distance to the train. Just a short drive to Center City or to Chestnut Hill, but set in the heart of prestigious West Mount Airy. Newer updated windows, brand new heater, alarm system. Fenced yard with tool shed and playhouse. Electric dog fence. One car garage. Any offers will be reviewed Friday, April 14 at 4:00 p.m.