This beautiful home in the quiet village of Washington Crossing. The canal path and Washington Crossing historic park is a huge selling feature if you love the outdoors, biking, running or just taking a stroll in a neighborhood filled with people who take pride in their homes. This former model home has plantation shutters everywhere and hardwood floors throughout. The entire family room has just been tastefully remodeled. At the top of the stairs you will find a peaceful window seat flanked by two generous linen closets overlooking the seven acre community park. The master bedroom suite is a tranquil oasis with an enormous bathroom including two vanities with sinks and two generous closets. Three additional bedrooms each with their own large, lighted closet and a hall bathroom with two sinks complete the second floor. For every year the owners have lived here they have embarked upon a new project. Here are some of the upgrades, improvements and general maintenance items that have either been done by the current owners or past owners; new Pella windows, new gutters, a basement seal coated on the floors and walls with a French drain, crown molding in every room, renovated powder room, new ceiling on the back porch, updated and brightened office opening up to the mud room, new front loading washer and dryer in the basement with the option to move them back to the first floor, new attic fan, new water softener, new well pump, freshly sealed driveway and a foyer that was recently painted and updated with a new chandelier. This home has a manual transfer switch which can be hooked up to your generator. Award winning Council Rock North School District and close to major highways and public transportation. They just don't make homes like this anymore.
About this Area
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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