Welcome to 754 Worthington, a classic center hall Colonial set on a gorgeously planted lot in the highly sought after neighborhood of Glenhardie. A wonderful home for all seasons offering generous room sizes inside and a magnificent patio area overlooking the deep rear yard on the outside. Located in the top ranked Tredyffrin-Easttown School District. The gracious center hall features a turned staircase and opens to the expansive living room with wood burning fireplace and Colonial mantle. The kitchen is the heart of the home and offers granite counter tops, raised panel cabinetry, tile flooring and a dining area with doorway to the patio. A formal dining room is located just off the kitchen. The wonderful family room features a second wood burning fireplace with brick surround, flanked by custom bookshelves. A tiled laundry room off the kitchen leads to the nicely sized two car garage. A powder room off the entrance hall completes the picture for the first floor of this very special home. The second floor is home to the master suite offering a walk-in closet and an updated master bathroom with double vanity, tile flooring, jetted tub and a beautifully tiled shower. Three generously proportioned bedrooms are serviced by a full hall bathroom. The basement is a vast space offering tons of storage and endless possibilities. The outside living spaces and grounds of this home are truly spectacular. The huge, tastefully designed patio area offers a covered area and an uncovered area to suit your taste. The perfect spot for outdoor entertaining, relaxing, grilling and dining al fresco. Enjoy the mature shade trees, gorgeous plantings and deep year yard leading to a crystal clear creek. Tremendous closet and storage space, hardwood flooring, ceiling fans, updated utilities HVAC (2018) and water heater (2018), natural gas heat and much more all combine to make 754 Worthington a very special place to call home. A classic brick Colonial set on a gorgeous lot in a fantastic location. Close to the shops, restaurants and trains of the Main Line and a short stroll or bike ride to Valley Forge National Park. This is the one. Welcome home!