While you may know this Solebury Township house from its classic French-inspired fa~ade, it's the interior and rear views that will wow you. Backing up to 65 acres of deed-restricted land, this property was completely redesigned and customized using top-grade materials in 2006 with a recent expansion that added a flexible room with a full bath, now used as a first-floor guest suite nicely separate from the other two first-floor bedrooms. Step in from the front porch to a foyer/sitting area with wood-burning fireplace. The open, airy main living space, finished with high ceilings, wood floors and a stunning 28 feet of tall French doors and windows, contains the main living/dining/kitchen space. The French doors open to a rear terrace with lovely views of a terraced yard. The kitchen is well designed with neutral cabinetry, marble countertops and an island with bar seating, prep sink, microwave cubby and storage. Appliances include a Viking dual-fuel range, hidden Bosch dishwasher and stainless Jenn-Air refrigerator/freezer. The main bedroom includes a sizable walk-in closet and French doors to a Juliette balcony. A newer hall bath is outfitted with a jetted soaking tub, oversized stall shower, and double vanity. The new addition/bedroom is finished with bamboo floors, a set of French doors to the rear yard and a full bath with corner stall shower. The third bedroom is now used as an office. Upstairs is a full bedroom suite with space for a sitting area (could easily be two sleeping areas) and newer full bath. With a vaulted ceiling and dormers on the front and back of the house, you won't feel cramped at all. There is attic storage and two walk-in closets upstairs. Additional storage is in the basement, which accesses a two-car garage. Just minutes from New Hope-Solebury schools, shopping, restaurants and the Route 202 bridge to New Jersey.
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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