Farmhouse Friday: Sit Through the Snowstorm In This Revived Quakertown Home

This secluded house in Bucks County offers amenities both inside and out.

TREND images by Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty

With Winter Storm Jonas descending upon the Philadelphia area this weekend, this week’s Farmhouse Friday entry looks like a perfect place to wait out a blizzard. Built in 1790, the revived 3,670 square foot home in Quakertown has definitely seen its fair share of nor’easters before.

This house really embraces the farmhouse aesthetic, with hardwood floors, doors, staircases and cabinets throughout. Currently on sale for $1,695,000, it has four bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.

What stands out to us, though, and anybody else braving that Bucks County winter, are the fireplaces. There’s the original stone walk-in fireplace in the great room that serves as the center of the home, and there’s also a fireplace in the master bedroom.

Seriously, is there anything better than a fireplace in your bedroom? The answer is no.

Once the weather thaws out, this winter bunker transforms into a summer hangout, with French doors opening out onto patios, 20 acres of land and a saltwater pool.

It’s also minutes from Lakes Nockamixon and Towhee and has a waterfront with a backyard pond.

Beds: 4
Baths: 2
Square Foot: 3,670
Price: $1,695,000
Additional Info: It comes with a two-bedroom guest house complete with its own kitchenette, full bathroom, great room and garage.