Bridge Gate Stone Colonial
Buckingham Township
Bucks County, PA

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5496 York Rd, Buckingham PA

Few portions of Old York Road, with its wayside inns and rural homes, contain more historic interest than the parcels that embrace the fork in the road through Lahaska. Buckingham was settled early on by pioneers and Quakers, and this house was located on a 500-acre land grant from William Penn, right next to the Meetinghouse and built around the same time.

Our stone house was originally constructed in 1720, and the oldest wing still proudly displays its elegant millwork,
windows and doors. The 1800s addition carried on the formal style, with tall ceilings, original fireplace and open staircase.

The current owners have enhanced this home with a sun-filled gallery enclosing an original porch, a family-room
addition with separate full guest suite upstairs, and a new updated kitchen with custom black-walnut cabinetry
and granite counters.

A master suite, third guest suite and 5 fireplaces make this home a good possibility as a Bed & Breakfast, extended
family homestead, or traditional home occupation. In addition, a 3-bedroom guest cottage currently rents
for $1600/month.


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