Experience the serenity of a hillside enclave overlooking the Aquetong Creek while enjoying all conveniences of New Hope borough. Walk to downtown New Hope & Lambertville's Art Galleries, Restaurants. Of high quality construction, this bright & architecturally pleasing 3 bedroom 2 ~ bath twin/townhome was exquisitely renovated in 2015. Each level of living space is flooded w/ light & views of nature. The discerning eye will be delighted by the use of elegant crown moldings, raised paneling, well planned lighting, eye catching hardware & fixtures, and handsome custom stained random-width floors. Foyer with Herringbone porcelain tile floor offers a powder rm. w/ artfully detailed custom sink/fixtures. Living /family rm. has high ceiling, wood burning fireplace, floor to ceiling bookshelves & triple pane French doors opens to an elegant, relaxing screened porch. Kitchen offers a large center island w/ under counter storage & sitting bar providing generous workspace w/custom cabinetry, White Rhino quartzite counters, decorative tile accents, 5 burner gas stove w/ convection oven, XO exhaust system, Bosch & Liebherr stainless appliances. Large dining area looks on to a lush wooded setting w/ creek below! Convenient laundry provides oversized custom sink, and kitchen pantry. Spacious master bedroom w/ separate sitting area & cathedral ceiling captures wonderful treetop views & is complemented by luxurious bath w/ custom oversized shower, marble vanity & timeless basketweave patterned marble floor. There are 2 pleasant additional bedrooms & custom bath w/ Duravit Oasis sink, deep soaking tub, subway tile surround, and marble floor. Superior exterior building materials, lush landscaping, a private patio, detached garage & basement storage complete this exceptional property. All of this provides a wonderful opportunity & backdrop to enjoy life & low maintenance living at its very best!
It’s easy to fall in love with New Hope, Pennsylvania, a charming town on the Delaware River in Bucks County. Located between Philadelphia and New York City, this historical borough of 2,500 or so residents is a mix of shops, restaurants, small inns and bed & breakfasts, galleries, Colonial-era stone houses and enchanting water views. Known for its arts scene, it has been a hotspot for...
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