First-Time Find: Country Charm in Fallsington for $319.9K
If you’d like to give your family room to breathe and play in a small-country-town setting, we’ve found just the home for you this week.
This recently updated and renovated 1830 home in historic Fallsington, Bucks County, is so nice and has so much to offer that we think it richly deserves mention in this feature, despite a sale price just a hair over our usual $300,000 upper limit.
That extra $19,900 gets you all this:
A sunny enclosed front porch with plenty of light from large windows on three sides.
A traditionally handsome living room with new carpet and built-in bookcases.
A formal dining room with restored original hardwood floors and period detail.
An up-to-date kitchen with butcher-block countertops and the latest stainless steel appliances, including a huge fridge.
A truly sumptuous upstairs bathroom with a soaking/Jacuzzi tub, tiled shower, dual vanities and plenty of light streaming through its large windows.
A cedar rear deck that’s perfect for entertaining and relaxation.
A spacious backyard with a fire pit, raised-bed gardens and a play set.
And to top all of this off, a super-low property tax bill — for this year, it’s just $1,764.
It’s in superb condition and located just up the street from both the Fallsington County Park and the historic town center. Nearby Route 1 whisks you into both Philadelphia and Trenton in case you feel the need for an urban experience every so often.
For Bucks County living on a budget, you’re going to be hard pressed to top this home.
THE FINE PRINT
SQUARE FEET: 1,513
SALE PRICE: $319,900
OTHER STUFF: There’s a laundry/mud room on the first floor and plenty of storage space in the unfinished basement.
44 E. Trenton Ave., Fallsington, Pa. 19054 [Jay Spaziano | Addison Wolfe Real Estate]