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Listing No. 4234

c. 1690 Colonial
Bucks County, PA



Beehive oven in 17th century hall

Built in 18th century cupboards

Colechester Tavern

The circa 1695 tavern is a first period survivor representing the architecture of Colonial Americas beginnings. Massive chestnut beams, substantial fireplace and diamond leaded windows all restored true to its period. Perfect for the antique lover with a safe location for children to run. The charm of a Pilgrim period home with the best of modern conveniences including two heating and cooling systems. Modern kitchen includes granite countertops, Sub Zero refrigerator, antique Mercer tile and lots of light. Beautiful private lot with mature landscaping, hedges, blueberry bushes and a paved private drive at a dead end. The property is within walking distance to elementary and high schools and within 1 mile of fire department and hospital. Very convenient to PA turnpike and I-95. Very few restored 17th century homes exist.
Bedrooms: 4
Full Bath(s): 2
Half Bath(s): 1

Heated Sq. Ft.: 2,400
Stories: 3

Acres: 0.700


  • Fireplaces
  • Cedar Shake Roof
  • Skylight
  • Wood floors
  • Central air
  • City sewer
  • Gas heating
  • Claw-foot Tub(s)
  • Beehive oven
  • diamond leaded windows
  • Large detached garage
  • Sub Zero refrigerator
  • two heating/cooling systems
  • Walk in Fireplace

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