Exceptional 1940 Durham designed and built Normandy style country home, 6 bedrooms and 4.3 baths on 2.61 acres on exclusive private road. Beautifully landscaped grounds include 60' x 30' heated pool with slate patio enclosed by stone wall, pool house and tractor shed. Rustic den/library with beamed ceiling and living room with antique fireplaces convey an ambiance of old Philadelphia elegance. Adorned with antique exterior lamps, patios adjacent to home are made from salvaged Philadelphia paving bricks and gardens are bordered with granite Belgian blocks originally used as ballast in sailing ships, later for paving Philadelphia streets. Sliding double pane 8' high glass doors with interior remote control solar shades in more modern Lanai room blends interior with outdoor living. This home was described by Walter Durham as one of his most successful houses. Large Madsen designed functional kitchen leads into the breakfast area with greenhouse and sliding glass doors with views of gardens.