Moving from Drexel Hill in 2004, Hong Lin says she and her partner, Jinbin Zhai, were being captivated to the spacious layout of the 5-bedroom, 2½-bathtub Colonial and the “very tranquil and picturesque” Wallingford community.
They also preferred the effortless commute to the metropolis, in which both equally get the job done as study researchers.
But what bought them on the household, she says, was the probability to deliver their two sons to the Wallingford-Swarthmore University District.
But now, with the sons in higher education and job chances in Tennessee, the pair, who emigrated from Beijing in 1999, will be leaving the spot.
On the first flooring, the large residing space has a wood-burning fireplace and a adaptable structure. The eating area has a significant bay window. Hardwood flooring are recently refinished throughout.
The kitchen and breakfast spot neglect the family room, which is one particular move down and also has a wooden-burning fire and brick wall hearth, ceiling supporter, and 4 substantial home windows overlooking the landscaped yard with a fish pond.
The kitchen has sufficient cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and Corian countertops.
The entry hall qualified prospects right to a stairway to the next floor, which has the bedrooms and bogs.
The key bed room suite has a ceiling fan, little dressing location with self-importance sink, and hooked up tub with shower.
3 of the other bedrooms have hardwood floors, together with a person with skylights and attic storage. There is a hall bathtub with tub and shower.
There are laundry services on equally the 2nd ground and in the basement.
The deck was a short while ago redone, and there is a two-auto garage.
The 2,340-square-foot property is listed by Susan Lindsey of RE/MAX Town & State for $525,000.