I like this house! There is a pond and a creek on the property! The home was built in 1830. It is located on 7.16 acres in Perkasie, Pennsylvania. The home features a stone walkway, hardwood floors, exposed beams, large fireplaces, spacious kitchen and a lot of natural light. There is a private pond on the property and frontage on the East Branch Perkiomen Creek. Five bedrooms, four bathrooms and 3,581 square feet. $799,900
Contact Tom Smeland with EXP Realty: 215-660-5349
From the Zillow listing:
Don’t miss the 3D Virtual House Tour of this once-in-a-lifetime property! If you have ever dreamed of owning a picture-perfect Bucks County farmhouse in a park-like setting with great views from every spot, this is it. There are so many highlights and special features throughout this magical home that it’s nearly impossible to list them all: gorgeous plank hardwood floors, exposed beams and Pennsylvania stone masonry, natural sunlight, multiple fireplaces, a room for every reason and every season, an enormous bank barn, a summer kitchen, a carriage house and the most gorgeous 7+ acres you can imagine, including your own private pond for kayaking and canoeing and East Branch Perkiomen Creek! The main floor boasts a beautiful dining room with a fireplace, a big, open kitchen/living room with an additional fireplace, a screened-in porch, a large family room with skylights and a cathedral ceiling and wet bar, and a half bathroom and laundry room. In addition to the five bedrooms, the two upper floors have two full bathrooms, and multiple rooms that can be used for so many different purposes: den, library, studio, home office, craft room, fitness room, playroom, and more. Outside, the classic bank barn seems to go on forever and can be utilized as a garage, workshop, stable, endless storage, or anything else you can think of. The house and the property combined create a perfect setting and an amazing place to live and entertain. Any room, any thing you need can be here, if it isn’t already. You have to see it to believe it, so make your showing appointment today. This gem will be gone tomorrow.
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