As you head toward New York from the Riegelsville bridge in Upper Bucks
County you'll pass through historic Finesville, settled in 1741.
In the center of town across from the Musconetcong bridge, a narrow road
passes between two stone houses and winds its way up to this 18 acre property.
Mountain Road overlooks miles of hills and farmland, and this renovated
plaster-over stone farmhouse with its venerable English Bank barn has
enjoyed peace and quiet for over 200 years.
If you're looking for a vintage property that has been renovated to suit
modern needs while retaining original period details, this country farmhouse
will welcome you home. Wide plank flooring in the main room is coupled with
dueling fireplaces, and the deep-set windows are accented by fine molding.
Exposed stone fireplaces in the living room and a half-stone wall in
the dining room add great features to this house. Kitchen and dining
room have slate flooring warmed by radiant heating.
Many acres of pasture interspersed with trees provide a pastoral setting that will
satisfy a variety of purposes. Recent improvements include a new roof,
new septic system, landscaping, bathroom, and split-rail fencing.
roperty is farmland assessed and just over an hour from NYC.