Welcome to "Four Ways" This historic 18th century home is a commanding presence, sitting on a 1.5 acres corner lot in sought after Lower Moreland School District, Huntingdon Valley, at the merging of Welsh and Valley Roads. "Four Ways" was built in the 1700's. From 1929-1931 the property was meticulously renovated and expanded by notable colonial revival architect, R.B. Okie. Mr Okie's other acclaimed works include the reconstruction of William Penns 1683 manor home "Pennsbury" and the Betsy Ross house in Philadelphia. Born in an era when homes were built with pride and stellar workmanship, this unique gem has again been completely updated with care and at great expense in a fashion that maintains it's original character. The charming 3000 square foot home offers 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths and 2 powder rooms. Enter into the quaint brick foyer that leads to a grand living room and formal dining room, both of which feature gas fireplaces and include plenty of space to entertain any size gathering. The spacious new kitchen awaits the family chef. Most buyers will be impressed by the 100 year-old random-width hardwood flooring throughout. Upstairs the master suite features an understated elegance where residents can relax by yet another gas fireplace. Two additional spacious bedrooms and a hall bath complete this level. The third floor has a fourth bedroom and full bath. All systems are new including roof, windows, plumbing, electrical, heating and central air. Finally, the property also includes a separate two story barn. The lower level is a two car garage and the second floor would be the perfect space for a possible artist or exercise studio. Don't miss the opportunity to own this fabulous treasure!