Art Herling, of Long & Foster Real Estate, is pleased to announce that he has listed and sold some of Montgomery County’s most expensive properties this year, including a home at 6029 Joshua Road in historic Whitemarsh Township, which sold for $1.6M.
Located in historic Whitemarsh, the “Meadow House” estate includes a 5,500 square foot, federal-style home centered on eight acres near Fort Washington State Park, Erdenheim Farm, and multiple country clubs. The elegantly remodeled three-story stone house (circa 1770s), is surrounded by meadows and tall trees with expansive views of the Cricket Club golf course.
In addition to Whitemarsh Township, Herling has sold some of the most expensive properties in Bucks, Delaware and Chester Counties as well as the Main Line.
Over the past 38 years, Art Herling has become known for his unsurpassed level of service and industry expertise that he provides to luxury home buyers and sellers. Through Long & Foster’s exclusive affiliation with Christies International Real Estate and partnership with Luxury Portfolio International, Herling brings his clients the very best opportunities to reach qualified buyers and international exposure to an elite clientele.
Art Herling is ranked No.1 in Bucks, Montgomery, Chester and Delaware Counties, No. 3 in Pennsylvania and No. 40 out of 1.3 million agents nationwide, according to REAL Trends. The report ranks real estate professionals by sales volume and transaction sides for the 2017 calendar year, noting the leading agents in each state and metropolitan area.
Long & Foster Real Estate is the nation’s No. 1 independent real estate brand by sales volume. For more information on Long & Foster, visit LongandFoster.com.