The stone house lover's inspiration: built in 1820 and continues to be
lovingly preserved for future generations.
Tucked behind a European-style wall built from old barn stones, with a
double iron-hinged gate for vehicles, and a single gate for foot traffic,
the house is enveloped in a sense of serenity.
The dutch door will bring you into a gourmet kitchen that blends modern and
vintage touches, with its walk-in stone fireplace, paneled walls, tiled
floors, granite center island, and country maple cabinetry. Walk up the
stone steps on outside to the rocking chair porch which faces a gentle
wildflower slope. The living room with its deep windowsills, fireplace and
wide-plank flooring leads to two main-floor guest bedrooms, each with
exposed timbers, vaulted ceilings and tall windows opening to the gentle
cadence of the stream below.
Lose yourself in time as you sip your wine next to the rolling stream,
embraced by a courtyard that looks like it's paved in cobblestones, with the
peak of an old mill in the background. The park-like property runs along the
stream, where you will find a garden shed attached to a potting shed.
Five minutes to the Riegelsville Bridge in Upper Bucks and less than 90
minutes from NYC and Philadelphia.