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New Hope, Plumstead Twp
Bucks County, PA
   

Considered one of the finest river views in Bucks County, Point Pleasant was established in 1828. Soon after, our River Rd house was built. An Early Settler's stone cottage sits tucked into the hillside, used as a shelter until the grand stone house grew up in front of it.


With a full-length front porch and perfectly symmetrical windows, this residence delivers a vintage old-house experience. A center hall is flanked by matching chambers with wide-plank flooring, deep window sills and two stone walk-in fireplaces facing you from opposite sides.

Point Pleasant Stone house

The kitchen has gleaming plank flooring and exposed beams, with glazed cabinetry and lots of light and a door leading to a brick patio. The 2nd floor completes the antique character, topped by a walk-up attic. In the rear of the house, settle into your reading room where a wall of windows, skylights and wood stove coaxes one to slow down and enjoy the scenery.

A separate board-and-batten 2-story barn offers a large office space ideal for business use that could also serve as a generously proportioned guest quarter. Just minutes to New Hope and 90 minutes from NYC. It's country location is convenient to shopping and entertainment, and yet is the perfect weekend getaway.


Point Pleasant Stone House
Point Pleasant Stone House

Point Pleasant Stone House

 
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