1925 Pennsylvania Tudor With Cathedral Like Interior Complete With Stained Glass Lists for $2.1 Mill


The most walkable neighborhood on the Main Line is downtown Wayne, home of Windsor, a Tudor-style walled and gated home. Constructed in 1925 for Lydia Wood Baily, a patron of the arts, by Frank Stephens, a sculptor and co-founder of Arden, a utopian society, this iconic architectural marvel was formerly home to a private Shakespeare theater. After undergoing a four-year refurbishment, Windsor is now one of the most intriguing houses in the area. The main home has been reimagined and repaired to highlight the original Arts and Crafts characteristics that accentuate the thoughtfully rearranged interiors. A new carriage house/studio was also constructed.The old-world ambiance is enhanced with exquisite cabinetry and millwork, stained and leaded glass windows, and hand-carved sculptures. With its delightful and spacious rooms and beautifully landscaped gardens, this is the ideal place to escape the everyday worries of contemporary life. This ideal environment for individual creativity and pleasant living is further enhanced by new, cutting-edge mechanical systems, extensive landscaping, and site work. Windsor was built in the 1920s by some of the most gifted artists, architects, engineers, craftspeople, and mechanical wizards in the area, and it has been updated to the most modern standards while maintaining its original architectural integrity by its 2020 equivalents.The roster of designers and contractors that have contributed to Windsor resembles a who’s who of the most reputable figures on the Main Line. There is nothing like this iconic property.

Details of the Property:

$5,000,000/5 BED/5 BA/5,727 Sq. Ft.

Wayne, Pennsylvania 19087, 301 Windsor Ave

Information about Real Estate Agents:

Team James A. Cochrane

Cochrane, James A. Inc.