As per the photo, interior stone walls, exposed beamed ceilings, and reclaimed hardwood floors in chestnut and walnut are just few of the eye-catching details in this Bucks County residence.
Others features deserving mention are its theater room, custom-built bar, original and remastered Mercer tile stack, and barn doors dating back 300 years. The main house also has a limestone-floored kitchen, which opens into the family room and is equipped with high-end appliances and farmhouse sink.
The listing also mentions the home having “original materials from ‘The Bleak House’ (c.1850),” a reference Google Search indicates (What? The agent didn’t pick up! ) may be referring to a building that served as setting inspiration for Charles Dickens’ Bleak House.
A three-bedroom guest suite with kitchen, living room, laundry, two baths and private entrance is also inside the home, while on the grounds you’ll find the property backs into 100 acres of conserved land and is actually situated on an arboretum. The rest of the estate encompasses a pole barn garage, outdoor entertainment areas, heated swimming pool, pond, and separate Victorian guest home. Gallery below.
THE FINE PRINT
Baths: 6 full, 1 half
Square feet: 10,189
2103 Street Road, New Hope, PA
Listing: 2103 Street Road, New Hope, PA, 18938 [Addison Wolfe Real Estate]