Historic Stone Bordering Cooks Creek
Springfield Township, Upper Bucks County
Gorgeous setting of rolling fields by pristine Cooks Creek, a cold water trout stream, graces this circa 1813 stone farmhouse nestled on 8 acres. Period hardware, mullioned windows, wide plank floors, raised panel doors all blend to create a charming warm interior.

There are four bedrooms, a large formal dining room for entertaining and a third floor office, study or library. A commanding Great Room addition to the house features wraparound floor to ceiling windows, built-in bookshelves flanking a huge stone fireplace and slate floors with radiant heat. This room overlooks and incredible private vista and out onto a flagstone patio area fronting a lily pond for koi. From the inside out, a home meant for living and enjoying all year, all seasons.

Pointed stonewalls surround the home and a captivating ivy-covered stone guesthouse with walk-in fireplace, Italian limestone full bath, beamed ceiling and Pennsylvania blue slate floors with radiant heat was the former summer kitchen on the property.
A courtyard elegantly skirts the outbuildings that include a bank barn with 3-car garage and workshop and a stone potting shed with heated growing beds destined to turn even the reluctant to gardening.

This unique property resides in the farm estate section of Upper Bucks County´┐Ż in an area of million-dollar homes.

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