Bucks County, PA
SPECIAL FEATURES:- Main Stone house c.1755 w/1810 addition
- Stone Addition c.1975
- 3 Walk-in Fireplaces, 5 FP total
- 134.69 acres, farmland w/pond
- Old portion of house totally unaltered
- Slate Roof, greenhouse
- Bank Barn 70x40 and second barn
- 2-car Stone garage w/studio upstairs
- 2-story Stone Tenant House
- 90 Minutes from New York
You don't find this very
often in Bucks County: as far as your eye can see, you are looking at your
own 135-acre property bordered the entire length by Tohickon Creek.
Beautiful farmland brings you back to the days of Thomas Jefferson, when America gloried in its rural heritage.
There's something special about the stone house too; the oldest portion, dating back to 1755, has been unlived-in for over a century, though wires have been pulled for electricity (never hooked up). Pristine in its original condition, this is a purist's delight!
There are three rooms in the downstairs old wing, each with a walk-in fireplace (two rooms upstairs). You can look down from the upstairs old bedroom into the c.1810 keeping room below.
You can look down from the upstairs old bedroom into the c.1810 keeping room below. The new portion of the house was built in 1975 of stone over framing; you cannot tell the difference from the outside.
A second stone cottage serves as a tenant house, currently rented for $1400/month, and a stone 2-car garage has a studio upstairs.
A 70x40 bank barn and a smaller second barn complete the farm. Property has been put into preservation.
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