Tour Arbor Hill Estate in Fort Washington, Pa.

Located 22 miles from downtown Philadelphia, this 40,000-square-foot residence was designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Viñoly.

Photo By: Christie’s International Real Estate

Photo By: Christie’s International Real Estate

Photo By: Christie’s International Real Estate

Photo By: Christie’s International Real Estate

Photo By: Christie’s International Real Estate

Photo By: Christie’s International Real Estate

Photo By: Christie’s International Real Estate

Photo By: Christie’s International Real Estate

Great Room

Divided into three elegant wings, the interior of this 40,000-square-foot modern residence was designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Viñoly to maximize views of the mesmerizing Belgium block courtyard and the exquisite grounds. The two-and-a-half-story great room boasts an approximately 30-foot ceiling and five sets of French doors leading to an inviting terrace.

Dining Room

One of the home’s two dining rooms is a classic retreat suitable for intimate meals, while the other sets the stage for grand entertaining.

Kitchen

The state-of-the-art custom kitchen offers two islands, three pantries and a casual, family-style dining area.

Master Bedroom

The master suite is a sanctuary with his-and-hers imported marble baths, dressing rooms, a sitting room and an office. A private flight of stairs leads to a tower retreat with 360-degree panoramas of the entire property.

Master Bathroom

One of the two sumptuous master baths is outfitted with a tub carved from a solid block of marble.

Pool and Pavilion

The verdant grounds hold a scenic swimming pool, a pool house, a shady pavilion area and an outdoor tennis court.

Tennis Court

It’s hard to imagine a more stylish place to strike up a tennis match than this modern indoor clay court.

Home Exterior

Situated on 29 picturesque acres, the distinctive main house is built around an impressive Belgium stone courtyard.

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