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This has been a great place to live for 150 years! Built in 1868, this brick three and a half story home features large rooms, a central suspended stairway, a library, fireplaces and more. The location is great; near schools and downtown. Wired smoke detectors and a three story fire escape would lend to a multi-family conversion. or Bed and Breakfast. Home warranty included Seller is a licensed Pennsylvania real estate agent.
One of the best barn conversions in Bucks County! Design concept and implementation by renowned Princeton architect, Rolf W Bauhan . Appropriate adaptive use of unique house parts gleaned from period residences being taken down when the Blue Route was begun. The result, complimented by recent updating, has resulted in an astounding residence. Set near Buckingham''s Burnt House Hill bridge, adjacent and across from beautiful historic restorations, this 200-year-old, 4-story residence offers 5,500 square feet of warmth, character and romance. Amenities on the 2 acres include a 1,000 square foot ranch cottage with fireplace, a 2-story, 2-bay carriage house, a large heated shop building and a drive-in corn crib. The well pump room, once a fortified bomb shelter, makes a great wine storage room. The house has three fireplaces, stone walls, exposed beams, marble-floored baths, wood floors and lots of French doors. It has a Buderus furnace with 8 zones and propane cooking in the recently renovated dine-in kitchen with marble counters, Thermador gas cooktop, Sub-Zero refrigerator, gas and electric ovens and hand painted floor. Library shelves have rolling ladder; mezzanine has custom Gothic railing. Exterior features include 900 gallon Koi pond, iron fencing, courtyard, covered terrace, and stone stairways.
Impossible To Replicate - this beautiful historic property dates back to the 1700s. Gorgeous stone home would be extremely difficult and expensive to replicate today. The quality craftsmanship will last for centuries to come. The main property boasts 6 bedrooms and 3.5 baths with 3,482 square feet of living space! On the left side of the center hall is the dining room revealing a brick, open hearth fireplace with clay tile and build-in side cabinets, plus 2 built-in china cabinets with direct access to kitchen. Morning sun greets you in the kitchen featuring original cabinets framed with glass pane doors and a Dutch door with transom window to deck running full length of home and is a perfect place to start your day. Another Dutch door at the back of the foyer. On the right side of the foyer is the expansive living room displaying a large open hearth fireplace as it's focal point, French door with transom window to sunroom and candlelight sconces. Find solace in the tranquil sunroom with natural views surrounding you. Enjoy this room year round offering large sliding glass doors to the patio, garden, and pond with quaint bridge to spa house! Amazing Outbuildings?a unique use of the outbuildings include the original springhouse/summer kitchen. It was used as an office, but it could be an in-law suite or apartment. The original open hearth fireplace remains with a wood stove and there are spiral steps up to the bedroom. The stone cottage is one floor with a tall wood framed ceiling and marble floor from a nearby post office. The back deck with stone walls is very private. This could also be a living space for family or a tenant. There's a large crib barn at the back of the property, a 3 bay barn garage with upper hay loft, and a garden shed. All set on 2.99 acres of tall woodlands and level grounds! Property being sold "As Is" & needs TLC with parcel ID 80-4386-14-43-1624 + 80-4386-14-33-7889. Pictures taken in 2014.
The Compass Mill Complex: Mill, Log House, and cottage. This is your chance to OWN A PIECE OF HISTORY! The Compass Mill complex includes the 5,500+ square foot Mill, a 2 bedroom log cabin, and a two-room cottage, all on 1.2 acres along the Lititz Run Creek and Rothsville Road in Lititz. The original log Mill was built in 1756 by the Moravian Brethren, burned down in 1775, and was rebuilt by the Moravians in 1776 as you see it today. It is one of only 2 mills in Pennsylvania that had an interior wheel and is on the Pennsylvania registry of historic mills. The Mill, currently non-functional, is located in a Community Commercial zone and has many possible uses! Does your vision involve a bucolic location with 7 romantic fireplaces, stone, exposed beams, and a babbling creak? Call to discover more about this rare beauty and to schedule a unique showing. This is a must-see!
A Secluded and Remote Area consisting of nearly 70 Acres. This Farm offers a 2 Story Home with 4 Bedrooms, Original Farmhouse, 46'x65' Bank Barn, 2 Stall Detached Garage and a Spring House. This is an Ideal Property with Excellent Hunting or just your Get Away Vacation spot. Close to Clear Creek State Park and Cook Forest. Also, FREE GAS per existing lease.