Imagine strolling the grounds of your own historical Bucks County property.
Sitting on a bench by your pond, gardening around the outbuildings, relaxing
in the peaceful serenity of over 9 acres. Now imagine the convenience of a
location with easy access to I-78, Route 309 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike,
not to mention local stores and businesses. The best of both worlds:
privacy, quiet and seclusion, and accessible to work, shopping, restaurants
This fully restored log and stone farmhouse, circa 1789, sits off the road
and is surrounded by woods outside the spacious lawn and beautiful
plantings. A charmingly rendered addition utilizes the log and stone walls
of the original home. The formal period dining room, from the original
section of the home, has deep set windows, wood floors and chair rail. The
formal living room also features the same window treatment and wood floors.
A two story great room, with lead glass windows, beams, built-in bookshelves
and an extraordinary view has winding steps leading up to a loft, with wood
floors and an exposed stone wall. The loft could be an additional (fourth)
bedroom, or an excellent home library or study.
The kitchen, with an exposed wall from the original home, features glass
front wood cabinets, beams, recessed lights and a walk-in pantry.
Three bedrooms and 2 full baths complete the home.