A meticulously restored 18th century Stone House. Located and voted on as one of Solebury Township's most picturesque roads. The Home is located on 8 pristine wooded acres and has been updated to current living styles with up to date bathrooms, working fireplace, a full kitchen with all appliances including dishwasher and ice maker. The home also includes two bedrooms with queen beds, closets and dressers. Upstairs bath includes a walk in shower and a full soaking tub. Downstairs bathroom has a walk in shower. Each bathroom includes a water closet.
The house consists of three levels, lower level contains the kitchen with dining island, bathroom with shower and sitting/ TV room. Middle level consists of a open plan sitting room with walk in fireplace and formal dining area, the Upper level consists of two bedrooms, full bath with tub and foyer area. Each level is accessed by 18th century Butterfly (pie shaped) stairs.
Upper level has hand plastered walls and ceilings with pumpkin pine floors, Middle level has exposed stone walls with wide board pine floors and Lower lever has exposed stone walls with carpeting and stone floors. Each floor has radiant heat and are individually controlled.
The house is attached to the owners home, but is fully autonomous with separate and private entrance and private off street parking.
You will be in walking distance to the quaint village of Carversville where you can dine at the Historic Carversville Inn and shop at the Carverville General Store where they have take out food options. You will also be in walking distance to the Village of Lumberville and the Delaware Canal walking path and pedestrian bridge that crosses the Delaware River connecting New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Here you can dine at the Historic Black Bass Restaurant or casual dine at the Lumberville General Store. The tow path along the Delaware River is fantastic for bike riding or a leisurely walks along the 58 mile path and scenic overlook of the River. Cross over to New Jersey via the pedestrian walking bridge and enjoy the New Jersey tow path that wanders along the Delaware River to the historic town of Lambertville. I
Within ten miles of the home you will find many interesting towns including New Hope, Doylestown, Lahaska and Peddlers Village all in Pennsylvania. And in nearby New Jersey, you can experience Stockton, Lambertville and Frenchtown.
Local Train Access via Doylestown to Philadelphia and points south and in Trenton, New Jersey gain access to trains to New York, Washington, DC and points north and south. Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) located 32 miles from the home has direct train access to Doylestown where rental cars are available.