Vintage Stone Manor House
Historic Fallsington, Falls Township
Bucks County, Pennsylvania

William Penn might have slept here! It is possible; early Quaker settlers had already established Fallsington 5 years
before Penn arrived in 1682, and Penn was reported to have preached at the Meetinghouse since he lived only
a few miles away. Here is an opportunity to step back in time and surround yourself with history. In fact, this
unspoiled village is on the National Register of Historic Places.

When entering Fallsington from Yardley, you are greeted with an amazing market square surrounded by stone houses
and a stagecoach tavern. This grand manor house was begun in 1690 and a stone addition was added in 1812, making it
one of the largest homes in town.

A beautiful center hall colonial delivers the ultimate vintage experience, taking you backwards through time to the
pristine keeping room with a huge walk-in stone fireplace (7 FP total). Period details remain unaltered
throughout, from plank doors to deep paneled window frames to the arched dormers that match the
transom over the front door.

You'll find picturesque stone ruins and a spring house on the 1.3 acre property. Minutes from Yardley with easy
access to Routes 1 and 95.


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