Glenmede is the most prominent and architecturally significant estate on the Main Line. Designed by the renowned architect William Price, it sits on 15 rare acres with a pool house, gardeners cottage, carriage house and gate house. Also featured is design work by the prestigious artist William Van Ingen who did the murals and the fabulous decorative features of the estate, including stained glass and irreplaceable fixtures and hardware. The Tudor mansion is constructed of red brick with limestone trimmings. Highlights include the ornamental staircase, the step down living room with seven foot paneled wainscoting; the Gothic style billiard room, now an office, the paneled family room, the formal Dining Room and a charming breakfast room featuring five arched windows. Upstairs the many bedrooms are trimmed with popular and white pine, several of which enjoy fireplaces. The Master Bedroom including a dressing room is very large. This is the first time that Glenmede has been offered publically for sale.