A Pre-Revolutionary Stone House in Pennsylvania
One of the real estate searches I have bookmarked is for houses in the Bucks County area of Pennsylvania. I love the old stone houses you can find there, like this one in Doylestown. I can just imagine how pretty it must be in the snow this time of year! It was built in 1756 and sits on over 11 wooded acres. Oh, and there’s a charming carriage house on the property, too…
The listing says: “This pointed-stone bank home is nestled atop the luscious hills of Watson’s Creek and is the epitome of Bucks County Living.”
“This landmark home offers the perfect place for escape, peaceful country strolls and guest privacy. The main house offers 4 Bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 half baths, 3 fireplaces, antique random-with plank flooring throughout.”
One of my favorite rooms has to be the kitchen. They updated it, but it still looks like it belongs in this house.
The wisteria-covered patio in back:
Both the main house and the carriage house offer “fanciful views of the original pre-revolutionary sawmill, luscious gardens, and the creek.”
The carriage house has a pretty great kitchen of its own. I’m loving the stone floors and the farmhouse sink:
Want it? It’s on the market for $ 974,000. Check the listing with Michael Richardson of Kurfiss-Sotheby’s for more photos and information.
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Grogley Farmhouse in Cornwall
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