Located in Tall Trees Community, this beautiful stone home sits on 0.82 acres of lush green land maintained by the HOA. Originally used as a hunting lodge for the Lippincott Family, who founded one of the first book publishing companies in America, this home is completely unique and flooded with history. With its charming features and intricate elements, the former homeowners lovingly cared for this property while founding the Wharton Business School at University of Pennsylvania.
Throughout the residence, you'll find Mercer tiles on the first floor, one of a kind delft tiles around the fireplace, a hidden door leading from the living room to a suite on the second floor, images of the hunter animals on the ceilings, and other incredible details. The home features six total working fireplaces with three on each floor and ornate architectural details, such as a large stained glass window. The expansive grounds offer a running pond spillway filled with fish and plenty of outdoor entertaining space.
Tall Trees is a community created on the basis of preserving the environment including their surrounding tall trees. This home is close to major thoroughfares and sits behind Pennypack Creek Trail. With its everlasting history and its highly-coveted location, 1731 Oak Hill Drive is truly one-of-a-kind compared to other homes within the area. Legal address is 1731 Oak Hill Drive, while the property address is 1733 Oak Hill Drive.