Nestled between Lincoln Drive and Cross Lane, is a French farmhouse designed by H. Louis Duhring in 1907. The distinguished architect demonstrated considerable skill and taste in transforming a nineteenth-century icehouse into a comfortable residence. This is a "thoroughly livable home" House Beautiful magazine wrote in 1910. Situated on a substantial lot, the house features a vertical garden: an old stone wall luxuriant with ferns and rhododendrons. With original arts-and-crafts details intact, the main living spaces retain their rustic character. Spectacular original stairs. The generous living room offers a huge fieldstone fireplace, seven large windows overlooking the gorgeous grounds, and glass-paned doors leading to a sun porch. High ceilings, original pine floors, original oak beams and woodwork throughout. Bright kitchen (stainless steel and granite) with big windows and a door out to a secluded slate terrace, private and lush. Pantry closet, butler pantry. Breakfast room. Bright, beamed dining room. 4 spacious bedrooms plus Family Room plus Office with 3.5 baths. Includes a very large master bedroom with dressing room. All the views are lovely and include a picturesque stone cottage across the lane. 2-zone central AC and 4-zone radiator heat. Huge walk-out basement. Excellent storage throughout. Just blocks from Fairmount Park, Germantown Avenue, Pastorious Park, and the St. Martins train station. Note: this home offers virtually unlimited PARKING directly in front and on the side of home. Parking for multiple cars at all times.