Three Philadelphia suburban houses where you can cozy up for winter
These Philadelphia suburban homes boast features that make staying in (or out) all the more fun.
With the coldest days of the holiday season ahead of us, it is tempting to retreat indoors and not come out — except for mandatory functions — until spring. These three Philadelphia suburban homes boast features that will make staying in (or out) all the more exciting.
Monthly taxes: $2,258
Tell me all about it: Not only is this five-bedroom home situated in the most cozy of spots — among the trees beside a private lake — the property includes two major components of a cozy night in: an oversized hot tub (on a large deck among said trees) and a private bar. The rest of the house is just as lovely, especially the custom copper kitchen.
Monthly taxes: $1,055
Tell me all about it: What’s cozier than a historic stone farmhouse? This five-bedroom property includes warm interior features such as exposed beams and a towering stone fireplace. Outside, we adore the enclosed hot tub next to the larger pool area. The master suite also boasts a lovely fireplace, walk-in closet and en-suite bath.
Monthly taxes: $927
Tell me all about it: This four-bedroom Chester Springs home sits on nearly seven acres and boasts a master suite with radiant heat flooring and a jetted tub. Just off the bedroom (and easily accessed) is a hot tub on the home’s large deck. We also love the custom, built-in wine storage unit inside the dining room, which can accommodate up to 250 bottles.