Riparian Rights. Overlooking the Delaware River in a historical pocket of Bucks County, this picturesque stone and frame cottage is move-in-ready, having had a wealth of updates by its current owner. Blending perfectly with the natural materials of the house, a brick patio leads to a pretty covered porch. Step inside to the light-filled living/dining room where a picture window frames water views and the stone fireplace is ready for winter enjoyment. Oak hardwood floors, exposed beam ceilings, and a built-in bookcase add character to this living space. The kitchen was completely redesigned and now includes a casual dining area, a hidden laundry center and well-designed storage along with a touch of exposed stone on one wall. Upstairs is a master bedroom that now has a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, two large rear windows and additional storage. A second bedroom, full bath with neutral finishes and a sitting room/office complete the upstairs. Outside, a rear patio is ready for al fresco dining. The two-section storage shed includes a cedar closet.
Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania, the place where George Washington and his troops crossed the Delaware River on their way to the Battle of Trenton on Christmas, 1776, is a little crossroads village just south of New Hope, Pennsylvania, and north of Yardley, Pennsylvania. Formerly known as Taylorsville, it is home to the 500-acre Washington Crossing Historic Park. It was here, at McConkey’s...
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