(VIDEO AVAILABLE) Featured in Architectural Digest, the 11,500 square-foot estate is an incredible showpiece: a seamless blend of rich architectural details coupled with modern amenities and impeccable design. The home is found beyond a canopy of ancient oaks, situated on one of the most desirable tree-lined estate lots (2.26 acres) in Radnor Township, just a short walk to downtown Wayne. Built circa 1895, the English Arts and Crafts-style residence is the design of legendary architect William L. Price, a contemporary of Louise Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright. Price is regarded as a pioneer of modern American architecture, responsible for significant hotels and lavish homes commissioned by many of the nation's wealthiest individuals, including George W. Vanderbilt. Purchased by a real estate holding company, the residence, adorned with exquisite details, is now fully restored, renovated, expanded, and modernized through the exhaustive efforts and collaboration of KingsHaven Properties, KingsHaven Design, and John Milner Architects. The team's passion, expertise, and consideration for the irreplaceable timeless historic features is undeniable, and the resulting transformation...breathtaking. An immense carved front door opens to a two-story entry hall featuring a spectacular quartersawn oak double-staircase and a large carved limestone fireplace - the inspiring space, unparalleled in design, is as striking today as it was a century ago; natural light showers the home through hundreds of restored lead-pane and stained-glass windows; Calacatta marble slabs, kitchen counters, and bathroom tiles maintain the homes superior quality; designer lighting and hand-crafted iron fixtures provide balance and continuity. Complete restoration of elements large and small, the expansion and reconfiguration of rooms, state-of-the-art appliances, advanced systems (e.g. geothermal HVAC system), and peerless amenities are tailored for today's energetic family life. The home enjoys a premier location: close access to the Radnor Trail as well as major roadways, SEPTA Regional Rail to Center City Philadelphia, some of the most highly regarded private and public schools in the country, and popular dining, shopping, and entertainment options offered in charming downtown Wayne. Conveniently located for travel to New Jersey, New York City, and Washington D.C.