Priciest Homes for Sale in Whitemarsh [PHOTOS]
According to Zillow.com, homes on Dorsam Way and Sheaff Lane are the most expensive in the neighborhood, with asking prices over $4.4 million.
According to Zillow.com, homes on Sheaff Lane and Dorsam Way are the priciest in Whitemarsh Township, with asking prices of 4.49 and 5.5 million, respectively.
7006 Dorsam Way, Ambler, $5.5 million
This six-bedroom, nine-bath home that sits on 4.86 acres, surrounded by 100 acres of watershed conservancy.
The house was built in 1997, in the Lutyens style of turn of the century English Country homes.
The home features a slate roof, heated driveway, indoor pool with Jacuzzi and sauna, burled Carpathian elm library, and a one bedroom in-law/help apartment.
This home has been on the market since Oct. of 2012, according to Zillow.
7215 Sheaff Lane, Fort Washington, $4.49 million
This seven-bedroom, 10-bath home sitting on five acres was originally built in 1936, but was totally restored in 2002 and enlarged to over 10,000 square feet.
The home sits behind a privacy wall and the driveway has two gated entrances, and a paved courtyard with an antique fountain.
The home features a grand hall with a stone fireplace, a sweeping staircase, and a family room at the heart of the home with "breathtaking" moldings and trim.
The kitchen area features a large breakfast room, a butler's pantry, and a laundry and mudroom.
The home also features an elevator, a four-car garage, and a wrap-around flagstone walled terrace.
The home was most recently listed for sale in August of 2012; the price dropped by almost $500,000 in September of 2012.