Lockwood Estate Malvern, PA – For Sale/Lease

Malvern, PA Commercial Real Estate

The Video tour is now available!  Please visit Old House Tours blog to view.

Lockwood Estate in Malvern, PA is currently available for Commercial Sale or Lease and is being listed by Bob Liberato of Signature Group Real Estate Services, Inc.

He can be reached at 610-738-7000 or LiberatoTeam.com

Property listing is here.

Incredible Stone Mansion known as “Lockwood Estate”.  Circa 1865 structure is in very good condition with recent improvements outside.  Newer roof.  Exterior paint and stone pointing.  Interior awaits improvements based on use.  Zoning allows for retail, restaurant, banks, exercise/fitness facility, studios, nursery school or day care, business/professional, hotel/motel, B&B and more.  Two means of ingress/egress from route 30 and Phoenixville Pike.  Great visibility on busy route 30 and across from Sheraton Inn, Outback restaurant, Hampton Inn and adjacent to Home Depot.

Video tour coming soon.


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Ed Lawler January 12, 2009 at 8:33 am

The William Lockwood estate, “Glen Loch” (later called “Loch Aerie”), was designed by architect Addison Hutton, and completed in 1868. More info (and 1958 photos) can be found in Elizabeth Biddle Yarnall’s biography: “Addison Hutton, Quaker Architect, 1834-1916″ (Philadelphia: The Art Alliance Press, 1974), pp. 41-42, fig. 3, 4, 4a.

Thanks for the photo tour, it’s great to see it up close.

Ed Lawler


Diane January 22, 2009 at 1:19 pm

FYI to the listing realtor – Thanks for sharing images of the Lockwood Estate on Rare Victorian. It is a wonderful property, even though it is cheek to jowl with Home Depot.

I went to the Liberato Team Realty site and couldn’t find anything on Lockwood. I wanted to forward a link to a party who might be interested.
The realty site is confusing and actually sent me to Yahoo for the property in Malvern…opps.


RareVictorian January 22, 2009 at 1:26 pm

Diane, I’ve added the property listing page link above.


Dario July 5, 2015 at 7:03 pm

Hi, I was wondering if is possible to see the floor plants of this beautifull house :)


John Werry July 15, 2015 at 5:55 pm

No, but more detailed information is available in the publication embedded here: http://oldhousetours.com/2009/03/loch-aerie/


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