Cheyney PA Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Cheyney, PA is $281,000.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Cheyney, PA is $281,000.
Cheyney real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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This is a one in a million house. It combines historic charm with modern living convenience. It started in the 1850's as a dairy bank barn. It was converted to a home in the 1940~s and has undergone numerous renovations in the time since, the most recent being in 2005/2006. The floor plan of the house allows for flexibility. There is an option for a master suite on either floor. The lower level has a complete separate living space, including a 2nd kitchen and family room and could be used for in laws, au pairs or just as additional living space. A wall of windows in the living room brings in natural light throughout. The gourmet kitchen has stainless steel high end appliances including a 5 burner cooktop, double ovens and a warming drawer. The granite island is huge and has storage on both sides and is perfect for setting up buffets. The dining room has a large Butler~s pantry including a wet bar. But the best features of the house are architectural elements from the barn days. There is a solid stone wall in the kitchen, 2 story ceiling with wood beams in the living room, a Genuine barn door on the lower level that use to be the bull pen And if it's outdoor space you crave, there is a romantic balcony off of the living room, a newer deck off of the family room and the best of all: a huge flagstone courtyard with a fireplace surrounded by stone walls ensuring maximum privacy. You will feel like you are in Italy! The location is very convenient in Thornbury Township (check out the low taxes) but the feeling is that you live in a private paradise.
Welcome to Tanglewood, an historic Cheyney estate. This Impressive home, situated on 7+ private acres, offers many modern amenities not typically found in a home with this much history and character. The origins of the Tanglewood estate began with the construction of a grand, 3-story stone home built in the early 19th century. Located at the top of a hill, south and east of where Cheyney Road crosses the WC ? Phila railroad. As you approach, the circular drive sets the home back from the driveway. Enter to tall ceilings (10 foot) throughout the 1st floor, continuing to the living room with marble fireplace. Enter the library with stone fireplace and wood stove. Continue through the study, with French doors to outdoor spaces to the front courtyard and back of the home, dining room with fireplace, & the open kitchen space, great for entertaining. This kitchen was professionally designed & is adorned with a double wall oven, Viking gas cook top, Subzero fridge & 2 Miele dishwashers. The solid cherry cabinets provide tons of storage and extensive imported granite counter tops. The kitchen, great for casual entertaining, is located next to the dining room, separated by a swinging butler door, for more formal occasions. Three separate staircases lead to the 2nd floor with its 9-foot ceilings. The 2nd floor contains the master bedroom suite with marble bath, heated floor, shower and tub. The 2nd floor includes play/recreation room and 3 additional bedrooms, 3 more full baths, sitting room, office, and laundry room. The 3rd floor has 4 bedrooms, a full bath & walk-in attic. F. Scott Fitzgerald rented the home in 1923-24 and during the civil rights movement, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. used Tanglewood to meet w/ Bayard Rustin. The property has a carriage house with an in-law suite & one car garage. To create his studio, Ben Kamihira, the famous Philadelphia artist & former owner of the estate, installed a large window in the carriage home's apartment would make great in-law quarters. This home has 3 fireplaces. The grounds feature expansive lawns and landscaped gardens. The balance of the property contains a hardwood forest. Stone walls flank the entrance to the property from Cheyney Rd while the current landscaping preserves the original carriage way up the hill to the 8' wide stone stairs to the original front door on the north side. There are too many photos to include in this listing, to properly credit this storied h
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