We’d like to briefly present a few recent listings that we at Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty are very excited about. I couldn’t help but notice a shared theme between these listings: a harmonious blending of home and nature.
With an exciting Spring now behind us, we at Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty are preparing to beat the heat this summer. Check out this recent listing by Lisa Frushone. Located in Pipersville, it is accessible yet secluded by charming woods: 23 Wormansville Road, Pipersville Pennsylvania. I had the opportunity to photograph this listing and enjoyed the atmosphere of the home. There is a calm nature about the grounds as well. Expertly tailored gardens treat visitors to periodic, seasonal blooms, not to mention the inviting, bluestone-trimmed swimming pool!
One of the reasons Bucks County is world-renowned is for its natural beauty. It was true in 1732 (when our this next listing was originally constructed) and thanks to the hard work of local conservationists and policy makers, it will continue to be for generations to come. Also true of Bucks County real estate is that an old house tends to be a well maintained house. Check out how aspects of a classic stone home (think 5 fireplaces) are paired with modern amenities (think private deck with a hot tub) to create a truly unique home. Contact Linda Danese for more information about 6405 Old Carversville Road, Lumberville Pennsylvania.
Yet another new listing this week is 1 Saddleview Lane in Doylestown, Pennsyslvania. Hellen I. Cannon very proudly presents this “#1,” brickfront wonder. Truly spacious and deeply engaging, this home’s interior has been meticulously modified. The kitchen is an overachiever, in the best possible way, featuring generous custom cabinetry, a Wolf six-burner range with griddle; Sub-Zero refrigerator and under-cabinet wine chiller; Wolf double wall ovens and warming drawer; gorgeous granite-topped island with extra-deep Blanco stainless sink and Rohl faucet; and wet bar topped by an impressive single-slab piece of walnut. “#1” exceeds expectations; tall windows let light in throughout the day from differentiating angles. Take the time and check this beauty out.
— Michael A. Hirsch