The Pitcairn House, built between 1959 and 1962 by the legendary Richard Neutra and recently underwent a healthy $900,000 price cut in January.
One of the most beautiful examples of Mid-Century Modern architecture in the region is still on the market. Hidden away in the hills of Bryn Athyn, the Pitcairn House was built between 1959 and 1962 by the legendary Richard Neutra and recently underwent a healthy $900,000 price cut in January. It’s now available for $3.95 million.
If you’ve been following along at home, that’s over $2 million in reductions since it hit the market in March of last year. We have but one word to describe the property, the architecture and those reductions: damn.
Nestled on 10.1 acres of land that's then surrounded by 812 acres of land in the Pennypack Ecological Restoration Trust nature conservancy, the Pitcairn House is simply breathtaking and extremely private. You'll notice in the gallery that the stunning lines and double pane thermal windows windows wow in any season and meld perfectly with the natural landscape. The combination of hearty stone and earthy tones found throughout the interior and exterior of the home further heighten this experience. Throw out your television, folks. You'll only need the change of seasons as your entertainment in this place.