Linden Hill located in Pennsylvania, United States is a village of complementary buildings designed and built in 1929 by Edmund Gilchrist. It was formerly owned by Jack Dorrance whose family invented Campbells condensed soup and is located just minutes form Center City, Philadelphia.
The centerpiece of the estate is the French Norman manor house which features a central entrance hall, a living room and a dining room, together with two wings that accommodate the kitchen, the family living spaces, the bedroom and the staff quarters.
Because the details always make the difference, the ones here are exquisite: 10-14 foot ceilings, hand carved English paneling, English oak flooring, 8 fireplaces, 7 bedrooms, 2-3 staff bedrooms, 8 full and 3 half bathrooms, a state of the art kitchen and systems, French doors and large windows that provide spectacular views.
This marvelous place is for sale at the price of $24,500,000!