Above the Paunacussing Creek, this is one of Carversville's earliest homes, a stone bank house just steps from the center of the village and immortalized in a painting by noted Bucks County Impressionist Fern Coppedge. The relaxed lifestyle it offers, whether it's sitting on the porch, listening to the sounds of the creek from the lower patio and gardens, or strolling into the center of the village for a bite at the general store or inn, is classic Bucks County. On the National Register of Historic Houses but extensively renovated by its current owner, the home's 200+ year-old materials stand out for their character and warmth. Create holiday memories celebrating by the living room fireplace in winter, or in warm weather, entertain in the expansive kitchen with access to the large lower terrace shaded by a pretty birch tree. There are updated appliances, including Sub-Zero refrigeration, with additional Sub-Zero refrigerator drawers in the upstairs bar in the living room. The kitchen's enormous walk-in fireplace is a testament to the property's age. Private quarters are on the top two floors. The third floor is a light and bright bedroom with impressive, wide-plank pumpkin pine floors, exposed beam ceiling with hand-hewn summer beam, and pocket doors to a dressing area/closet and neutral tile bath with tub/shower and pedestal sink. A second bedroom and bath are on the top floor. Walk to the village general store, with its array of gourmet and everyday items, or the Carversville Inn in the village. The canal towpath and river are just a bicycle ride away, or reach them via a stroll down scenic Fleecydale Road, one of Solebury's most prized scenic byways.