Set into an idyllic landscape of specimen plantings, flat stone terraces and tiered recirculating trough fountains on 1.69 gated acres, this home is like no other in terms of style, quality of construction and exciting architectural detail. A 5-6 bedroom main house redesigned in 2012 by celebrated architect Carlas Valhonrat, co-worker of Louis I Kahn, with recent comprehensive updates to the kitchen and baths by the current owners, this home enjoys exceptional and interesting views through floor-to-ceiling windows, from wide balconies and treasured walled secret patios. Five fireplaces on the entry floor warm the almost full glass main level while richly stained hardwood floors seamlessly connect the kitchen, breakfast area, dining, living, library and conservatory. A spacious primary suite features his and her baths outfitted with steam as well as traditional showers, clean lines to the wood and stone topped cabinetry, extensive closet space for both him and her as well as a full third level, accessed from the suite, with motorized dry-cleaning style hanging system. This level includes two more bedrooms, each with their own just renovated bath and traditional materials used in inspired ways. A third level on one side of the home finds two additional bedrooms and hall bath; on the other side, over the main suite, another bedroom and bath but most recently purposed as an expanded owner area, housing a golf simulator and Peleton. A circular courtyard with inlaid block detail leads to the 2-car garage with a 2nd-story full guest house, featuring soaring ceilings, kitchenette, excellent storage and full bath. An additional 3-4 garage is located on the property with separate access from Old Gulph Road. Exceptional privacy, exceptional home Some photos are virtually staged.