This stately stone Tudor is on one of the nicest streets in Chestnut Hill for house architecture. 8031 was designed by Robert R. McGoodwin in 1916. The layout is spacious with a great living, dining and familyroom for entertaining. The interior and exterior receive generous East/West sunlight. The grounds have beautiful front and rear yards with a formal garden patio close to the house. Trees on the property include: Japanese Maple, Dogwood, Birch, Hawthorn and Cherry. There is a 2-car garage with attic. The entire house and garage roofs were replaced in 2013.