A rare opportunity presents itself in one of Upper Gwynedd’s most desirable neighborhoods. Situated on a delightful, half moon loop street almost a stone’s throw from the 234 acre Gwynedd Wildlife Preserve, this home borders on the best of two worlds, the elegance of Lower Gwynedd, yet just within the very attractive boundaries of its sister Twp. This spacious center hall Colonial was custom built in 1970 by its only owner, and lovingly maintained for nearly three generations. As you enter the foyer, you capture immediately the wonderful size of its rooms and the architectural balance of the layout. Superb circular flow commences from the foyer connecting clockwise the oversized living and dining rooms with the center placed eat-in kitchen which is flanked by adjoining family and sun rooms. A series of French or sliding glass doors accesses outside from these main rooms onto a wooden deck and flagstone patio to provide amazing space for all occasions. Following the curve-linear staircase, the charm extends upward. To the left is the Master Bedroom suite featuring a small dressing area and a European styled bathroom equipped with a jacuzzi tub, his/her sinks, shower, and a bidet. To the right, three large, sun filled bedrooms and hall bath complement nicely the 2nd floor. The lower level offers additional opportunities for expanding flexible living space or simply enjoying the ambiance of the built in wine cellar. There is no doubt that certain cosmetic changes are in order with carpet removal from on top of old world hardwood flooring, wall paper and painting adjustments needed, and a few added personal touches to enhance the sparkle of this warm home. Being mere minutes from the heart of North Wales, Merck complexes, and all necessary amenities, this prime location and old school construction, makes this attractive property a real gem.