Located on a lovely country road this circa 1985 wood sided cottage sits on a rise at the end of a long drive offering spectacular long distant views of the surrounding countryside. This custom designed house with its many unique and classic appointments is a comfortable, manageable and unique retreat. There is plenty of room on the 5+ acres for outdoor enjoyment and expansion possibilities. Large windows and doors provide natural lighting and the handsome forged brick tiles in the entrance hall gather solar heat during the winter months. The brick tiles follow through to the baths and laundry/mud room as well. Throughout the remainder of the cottage are natural stained random plank wood floors. Exposed post and beams enrich the ceiling in the living room, dining room and kitchen. Half walled built-in bookcases provides a natural separation between the step down living room and dining room. There are ample solid wood Draper kitchen cabinets with newer Quartz countertops, deep stainless steel sink and counter seating for four. Near the kitchen is a full sized pantry, a laundry/mud room with full upright freezer and many built in cabinets, drawers, closet and a split door for a more informal entrance. A pocket door separates the kitchen and dining area. And the prize this time of year is an expansive two tier wood deck surrounded by beautiful trees perfect for al fresco dining. The first floor rooms are open to each other and include a first floor bath with shower. Upstairs there are three nice sized bedrooms and a large remodeled hall bath with tub surround. Floored attic storage can be accessed with pull down stairs. The basement is partially finished with a family room, small office and plenty of storage. The grounds are mostly open pasture outlined with fencing, two small barns, two run-in sheds and a quaker style storage shed. A small grass riding ring had lighting one time. With a little bit of work this property could be a sweet farmette. Standing seamed metal roof, heater, water heater, oven, deep stainless steel sink and countertops are all new within the last three years. Come experience this peaceful, charming and a nature lover's dream. Please note that the Court House records are incorrect the house was built in 1985 and is therefore 33 years old not as auto-populated into MLS
For a slice of Americana, look no farther than Doylestown, Pennsylvania. This Central Bucks County town of approximately 8,400 residents dates to the mid-1700s. Stroll through its residential and business districts and you can’t help but feel charmed by the blocks of historical homes, unique shops, restaurants, restored movie theater and interesting museums. It is the sort of town where traditions...
This week brought some notable new homes for sale in Bucks County, among them two houses with "1" as their house numbers. Let's look at these "No. 1" homes.
ADDRESS: 1 Saddleview Lane, Doylestown, PA (Solebury Township)
PRICE: $995,000 SUMMARY: WOW.... Read More
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