I love that old stone barn! That’s pretty cool! This home was built in 1870. It is located on two acres in Riegelsville, Pennsylvania. The home features a covered front porch, beautiful hardwood floors and wide baseboards. Love the old farmhouse sink in the kitchen. Three bedrooms, one bathroom and 1,556 square feet. $299,000
Contact Mercedes Hayes with Addison Wolfe Real Estate: 215-862-5500
From the Zillow listing:
Classic Bucks County Farmhouse circa early-mid 1800’s with an impressive stone bank barn sited on 2 acres – in an idyllic pastoral setting. Here’s an “As-Is” opportunity that doesn’t come along so often in today’s market; the chance to restore a nicely sized 3 bedroom home, with a walk-up attic, where much of the character & charm is intact. Higher than expected ceiling heights enhance the bright & airy feel already present. Entering from the rocking-chair side porch, a rustic yet generous country kitchen with a walk-in pantry that runs the depth of the kitchen offers more than ample options for creating your cook’s oasis. The 2 front rooms, perhaps called parlors in their day, boast their original wood flooring & trims. The straight-run center staircase evenly divides 2 of the 3 upstairs bedrooms, as well, with the third bedroom spanning the rear of the home. The home’s full bath is also on this level. The walk-up attic may offer additional possibilities. The significant 3 ½ story stone bank barn has been structurally bolstered, adding many good years to its life. The original thick stone walls, beams and timbers make it one of the Bucks County’s more impressive examples of true craftsmanship. There is also a rustic garage that is oversized for 2 cars. The 2 acres of countryside offer naturalized gardens, wrapped in mature woods & set against 40+ acres of farmland. While this property is sold strictly “as-is” & every room/system needs attention, there are some newer details: Hot Water Heater (2023), Side Porch Roof (2022), Well Pump (2019). The buyer will be responsible for obtaining Springfield Township’s U&O Inspection & Certificate. Please review/verify your renovation plans with the township directly.
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