Designed in 1929 by architect Walter Durham, this French Normandy style residence was carefully restored, renovated and expanded in two phases to fit the needs of an active, modern family. New building systems were installed while Durham’s architectural details were preserved and replicated, including the use of local Wissahickon schist stone. The existing butler’s pantry was removed and the kitchen was expanded and renovated to include custom, contemporary German-made cabinets. The master suite was reconfigured and expanded into a dressing room addition over a new porch below. Other renovations and additions included a new mudroom, updated bathrooms and a new pool with accompanying pool terrace, back terrace and side porch. A new detached garage was constructed with a home office above, and the existing unfinished attic was transformed into a guest suite with new dormer windows.