When minutes count, the location of this historic farmhouse ensures New Hope's famed shops, restaurants, and highly regarded schools are never far from reach. Although, with all that's offered here, you may never want to leave! Set upon scenic, fenced acreage with a pool, gazebo, and a barn converted into a spacious in-law studio with its own bath, kitchen and living room, it will be hard to snap out of vacation mode! Built in 1762, a character-filled restoration and addition in 1995 extended the gourmet kitchen and added spaces for casual dining and a great room adjacent to a wall of French doors leading to a rear deck for al-fresco dining and entertaining. Above, the expansion also included a to-die-for master bedroom reached by its own set of stairs. The original rooms retain attractive antique details like pine floors, built-in shelving and exposed stone yet unlike other homes of this period, each is surprisingly spacious. The generous living room offers a cozy wood burning fireplace and the original entrance to the home with an elegant covered porch for outdoor relaxation. Between the heated year-round sunroom w/slate flooring, the charming screened porch, the den with winder stairs to one of three ancillary bedrooms, plus an adorable mudroom, prepare to have this home tug at your heartstrings. The 3rd floor shares a nice office or studio space as well as two attic areas for additional storage. There's plenty of space to spread-out under the night sky on the deck after a dip in the pool. Guests can change in a pre-fabricated pool house or use a handy full bath with tiled shower near the kitchen. For the gardener's delight, the greenhouse even has electricity! The massive 12 car garage/barn would be ideal for any car enthusiast or collector of antiques. All within 5 min from the heart of historic New Hope & Lambertville, The Delaware River and Bike Path. Come see!
About this Area
New Hope – Solebury
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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