Wyncote’s Tudor Revival House featured in Philly Magazine

7925 Washington Lane, Wyncote has been on the housing market for 43 days, and it’s attracting attention. Built in 1921 as the Dixon family estate’s dairy farm, the six-bed, seven-bath, 10,000 sqft residence is currently priced at $2,300,000.

Phiadelphia Magazine recently ran a review of the property.

“But this house is Tudor only on the outside. Its conversion from barn to residence in 1952 gave it a distinctly different appearance on the inside, one that blends classic traditional and Streamline Moderne design with a soupçon of French flair,” Sandy Smith writes.

Horace Trumbauer’s original design became a residence in 1952 after a series of renovations. For a peek inside, including detailed description’s of the property’s interior, you can check out Philadelphia Magazine’s article here. Images courtesy of Philadelphia Magazine.