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c. 1700 Stone Home
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A beautiful tree lined cobblestone drive opens to this breathtaking estate with endless vistas including an exceptional view of Bowmans Tower. Built in the 1700s, this stone and frame house, originally a gathering place for famous Bucks County Impressionist painters, has two wonderful additions. An enchanting entrance hall has views down to a wonderful terrace and gardens. Flanked to the right is an elegant dining room setting the stage for wonderful dinner parties. The gourmet kitchen delights with adjoining butlers pantry makes entertaining both easy and well organized. The original living room with fireplace is now a library and is wonderful for cozy evenings at home. The sensational great room with cathedral ceiling and chic mirrored built-in bar room has absolutely stunning views and has been the background for many wonderful parties. There are three bedroom suites each with their own bathroom.The luxurious main suite has a cathedral ceiling, handpainted wall mural, lovely dressing room and sumptuous bath and is complete with a private deck. The glorious lawns are dotted by a Hardtru tennis court with gallery patio, cloistered swimming pool and terrrace covered with wisteria as well as two charming guest houses. A truly stunning country estate.
Archived in March, 2013
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