In 1900 Baldwin Locomotive partner William P. Henszey commissioned the design and construction of this grand Tudor Revival mansion. The original estate encompassed 48 wooded acres and was chosen so that Henszey could live amongst nature, yet being a railway man, still be steps to Wynnewood Station. 128 years later, residents still enjoy the wooded grounds, and the short walk to the station, but now have the convenience of shopping at the new Whole Foods, or dining at Sabrina's, Anthony's, Mad Mex, Delancey Street Bagels, etc. This is a terrific opportunity to own in the iconic mainline mansion. This amazing top floor unit has been renovated blending historic with modern, melding original built-ins, wooden door knobs, and stunning wood floors, with central air, new windows, a gourmet kitchen, 2 large bathrooms, a double jet shower, and large walk-in closet. Natural light cascades into the rooms highlighting the stunning angular architecture as you look out into the treetops. Your guests will be impressed as they walk through the stately entrance or stroll through the peaceful grounds. In this sought after 3 bed/2 bath home, heating and cooling are included in the HOA fees, a garage is deeded to property, as well as additional storage outside the unit. Nothing was overlooked in the renovations here so that you can move in and enjoy a lovely bit of history.