“We fell in appreciate with the Middletown place for the reason that it is so green,” suggests Tony DeCicci, who constructed there for himself and his wife, Maria Bucco, in the mid-1990s.
But considering the fact that then, it’s also been noteworthy for its flexibility, serving as a location to elevate young children and to accommodate DeCicci’s mother in advance of she died.
“The home has grown with us,” he claims.
DeCicci, a Realtor, and Bucco, a medical professional, moved from Wynnewood prior to their son and daughter were being born. The youngsters were educated in the Rose Tree-Media Faculty District. And the home’s roomy 2,754-square-foot structure has been practical throughout the pandemic. The great deal is 1.7 acres.
But now the small children are developed, the second ground exactly where they when lived is vacant, and the couple is organizing to establish a new property in Cape May well.
The house’s to start with ground gives just one-ground dwelling, such as the most important suite, sky-lit cathedral ceilings, tile flooring, natural-finish woodwork, flagstone patios, and views from just about every window.
3 other bedrooms are on the second ground.
Modern updates involve the roof, siding, doorways, kitchen, bathtub, 2nd-floor carpet, and HVAC technique.
The household is at the best of a winding driveway with perennial plantings, and the property is traversed by a stream.
There is a two-bay garage and versatile studio house that could accommodate a fitness center.
It is accessible to major highways, Good Valley, Heart City Philadelphia, Philadelphia Global Airport, and SEPTA’s Media/Elwyn Line.
The residence is stated by Tony DeCicci of CG Realty for $689,000.