**Showings Start Thursday, 9.9.2021** Perched on a hill overlooking Ardmore’s secret gem of a neighborhood is this beautifully restored twin. Its Tudor exterior commands attention immediately with a white paint exterior and black - framed windows echoing a modern farmhouse aesthetic. The lush landscaping is home to beautiful trees and perennials visited often by hummingbirds and butterflies. Step inside and you are enveloped in the warmth of the home from its original hardwood floors to the wood-burning fireplace. Flow throughout the first floor is both inviting and intimate with dedicated spaces for today’s world. An enclosed porch offers a peaceful bonus room that is rare for this style of home. Perfect for reflection, your indoor garden, a WFH set-up. The kitchen was fully remodeled from floor-to-ceiling. Custom cabinetry maximizes the space to allow ample room for everything the space needs. Stainless steel appliances, including a gas stove and convection oven, are flanked by granite countertops and under-cabinet lighting. A door from the kitchen leads to a well-appointed deck - perfect for enjoying breakfast outside as the day begins. Once back inside, continue upstairs to three bright bedrooms, a full bathroom, and a dedicated hall closet. Updates throughout the home were thoughtfully curated to make it more energy efficient. Three sides of the home are lined with top-of-the-line double-paned windows, central air has been installed, and there is new wiring throughout the house to support the upgraded 200 amp electrical service. Private garage and driveway parking plus an abundance on the street for guests. The location is ideal if you want to be in the suburbs with easy access to everything the Main Line has to offer. It is incredibly close to Suburban Square, the Ardmore Train Station (which has service to not only Center City, but NYC), surrounding colleges and amenities such as Whole Foods, the imminent Target, and Trader Joe’s. This sycamore - lined “pocket” in Ardmore is a truly special place to live, and from 54 Wellington, you overlook it all.