George Washington didn't sleep here, but his troops did camp out on the grounds of what one of their commanders called "The House of Complacence." A sensitive 2002 makeover updated its features while saving its soul.
Businessman/philanthropist David Magerman is the kind of guy who makes things happen. The founder of Kohelet and the owner of Michael Solomonov’s Citron and Rose sees a need in his community and works to fill it. He sat down for the inaugural Property Profile.
There’s little Bucks County does better than farmhouse estates. This classic 1820s example on 25 acres “sits high on a South facing hillside overlooking rolling meadows, a pond and picturesque countryside”—which is basically the eau de parfum de Bucks.