Stone Farmhouse by the Lake
Haycock Twp
Bucks County, Pennsylvania


Set far back from the road, you will enjoy viewing the barn from your breakfast table, or sipping your coffee from the screened porch while watching the finches splash in the birdbath. Built around 1860, restored in 1974 with an addition in 2003, this farmhouse retains its original exposed beams, wide-plank flooring, curved plaster deep window-sills.

Step through the original exterior doors to a comfortable family room with built-ins and fireplace; or if you prefer, a second fireplace in the living room faces the dining room through a glass door.

Stone bank barn serves as a 3-car garage, and 2nd floor retains its original numbered timbers and has outside access for equipment.

Taking a closer look at Haycock Twp, you may be surprised to learn that 46% of its acreage is preserved, including huge parks and recreational lakes. This vintage stone house with its own pond is walking distance from Lake Towhee County Park, which encompasses 549 acres of forest, hiking trails, camping, and bass fishing in its 50-acre lake.



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