Moorish architecture boasts archways in the magnificent loggia as well as the bath houses built using Wissahickon Mica Schist by early 20th century industrialist Arthur E. Newbold. Swing bands played for lavish parties in the 1930's. Two wythes of brick were selected to roof the his and her bath houses. Samuel Yellin, known as the 'Devil with a hammer' was commissioned for the extensive wrought iron work on this courtyard and fountain pavillion area. The swimming pool has a wedding cake walkout steps design. The feel is pure medieval with damsels and knights imagined in the scenes this venue could bring to life. The home is completely remodeled in Frank Lloyd Wright arts and crafts era paint style and design. Let your imagination run wild. This property is also for sale. Please contact me at 215-880-1137 to discuss pricing.