The redevelopment of Lindenwold Castle property in Ambler (Upper Dublin) includes more than the preservation of the castle. On March 30th, a restored eagle statue was placed atop the newly repaired gazebo. The gazebo had structural cracking and some major deterioration in the ceiling. The eagle statue was in two pieces.
The restoration of the gazebo was a six-month-long process and part of the Historical Preservation Easement made to the Upper Dublin Township by the developers of the property, Goldenberg Group along with Aquinas Real Estate and South Bay Partners. The redevelopment will add a senior living facility and 104 homes.
Other restoration projects are also nearing completion. “The walls have been restored, the [Lindenwold] castle exterior is almost complete, the lake behind the Gazebo has been planted and has started to grow. The statues have been preserved off to the side… After the Gazebo, the only thing that is left is to return the statues throughout the community in open landscape areas.” Says Rob Fluehr Jr., Director of Residential Development at The Goldenberg. There are also 17 acres of preserved green space.
You can learn more about the redevelopment and the available homes at Mattison Estate here.