In 2020 I wrote about this. It’s the late Dodo Hamilton’s property. A firm called Haverford Properties wishes to develop it. Check out the leadership section and see what name crops up. This development is still a family affair is it not? There are plans and all sorts of stuff on Radnor Township’s website. It’s under “current development projects.” Follow THIS LINK to a Main Line Media News article on this proposed development in 2020.
So I am guessing the house is coming down soon? That’s sad. I haven’t looked at the plans on Radnor’s website but why bother? Municipalities have no balls these days as far as pushing back against over-development in their communities. And residents are getting the fight beaten out of them one municipality at a time, one development at a time.
So…if you want to own a piece of what was Dodo Land, check out EstateSales.net and Pre-Demolition Sales.
The fabulous greenhouses are for sale too apparently:
I am fascinated by this one kitchen , it’s a time warp and surprisingly hideous.
The wood paneling available however is gorgeous:
Now there is also this one photo with the most fabulous wall covering. I saw something similar once in an old house and it was Scalamandre wallpaper. This is a beautiful room and it just makes old house lovers sigh when rooms like this disappear.
The photo of one lone vintage Chippendale camelback sofa is the one that gets to me. I have one I got at Resellers years ago when they were in Frazer. It’s just a style I love.
I like looking at old furniture, I really don’t care for new furniture. Old and vintage furniture tell a story, like old hardware and even light fixtures. And the quality is often far superior to the newer counterparts.
I won’t be going to this demolition sale. I hate seeing the end of old homes. It’s a shame this has to happen. It’s even more of a shame this lovely property will be developed because it will change the area forever.
After seeing the pix, I now need a mega strength anti depressant.