A lot has changed in the Philadelphia area since 1951, when Albert Barnes died in a crash in the Phoenixville area. For connoisseurs of the arts, perhaps the biggest change was the recent move of the Barnes Foundation's art collection from Lower Merion Township to its new home in Philadelphia.
Now comes another Barnes-related change: One of several homes he owned on Latch’s Lane in Merion Station is going on the market. The asking price: $3,295,000.
The home at 379 North Latch’s Lane has 7 bedrooms, 5 full baths and two powder rooms and 10,000 square feet of living space on the first and second floors, according to Realtor Beth Samberg with Prudential Fox & Roach. The property also comes with a carriage house at the back of the property.
Tour the house with the photos above.