Rarely does one have the opportunity to restore a 1760 field stone farmhouse! Woodhill Farm sits on over seven acres of lawns, fields and woodlands in Upper Makefield, Bucks County. Historic Jericho Mountain/Bowman's Hill runs to the north and the entire north frontage across Pineville Road is a woodland nature preserve. The property's road frontage is bordered by a screen of white pines and large shade trees surrounding the home. The house itself is a large field stone farmhouse which was enlarged successively for over two centuries, with slate roofs and simple white wood trim typical of Bucks County farmhouses. The interiors feature colonial woodwork, open-beamed ceilings, original pine-plank floors and three walk-in fireplaces. The ground floor has a large, beamed living room with fireplace, a second square-planned living room with a Victorian white -marble mantle, a powder room, a beamed dining room with fireplace, a beamed kitchen with fireplace and a pantry annex. The second floor which has three large bedrooms, one with open beams, two baths and a guest bedroom. There is also a large cellar and a very large attic which offers a great deal of additional living space. A flagstone patio on three levels faces south and west and overlooks the lawns, and the meandering creek. This property located in the upscale and much desired Upper Makefield Township is a truly rare and amazing opportunity. Located 30 minutes to Princeton, 70 minutes to NYC, 50 minutes to Philadelphia.