This grand and gracious three-story Victorian, constructed in 1888, is a standard bearer for North Wayne's stunning architectural history. Situated on the corner of Walnut Avenue and Oak Lane, the home has an ideal walk-to-Wayne location. This architectural gem has not been on the market in more than 50-years and is one of only three Shingle Style homes of this model gracing Walnut Avenue. This well-maintained home features a sweeping wrap-around front porch that showcases exposed wood beams and the home's classic rusticated stonework. The original front door leads to first floor rooms with 10-foot ceilings, hardwoods under carpet, an open parlor with a charming window seat, and a gas fireplace with the main staircase wrapping around it to the second level. There are formal living and dining rooms and the eat-in kitchen has a back staircase, mudroom/laundry and powder room. The large master bedroom has wonderful windows and a fireplace. Three more bedrooms and two full baths complete the second level. Most of second level has replacement windows. The third level is finished with a huge bedroom and two other rooms for an office and a library/homework area. The exterior was painted in 2010, new roof/2013, new gas hot water heater/2013, new electric panel & Generac generator/2014, new basement windows/2014, new gas furnace/2014. The two-car garage is detached and there are unique specimen trees and plantings in the landscape. The porch measures 8'x38' in front and 10'x15' to the side. The wonderful town of Wayne is known for its popular restaurants, shopping and Art Deco movie threatre, the Wayne Art Center, Lancaster County Farmers Market, and the Radnor Trail for biking and walking. The home is steps from the Wayne Station for SEPTA Regional and AMTRAK trains. Award-winning Radnor Township Schools! Don't miss this opportunity to live in the original "Wayne Estate," advertised in 1888 as "a place of homes where life is felt, seen and enjoyed in actuality."