***Pending Sale 12/6/2021***
Kelly Burland | (610) 248-3590 | [email protected]
Nearly eight idyllic acres envelop this late 1700’s farmhouse, bank barn and cottage in scenic Bucks County. Once owned by William Penn’s sons, with land on both sides of the historic Loux Covered Bridge, Cabin Run was at one time a working farm, sawmill and gristmill. Today, this lovingly maintained and thoughtfully updated home is an extraordinary country estate with a magical setting.
The stone residence offers covered porches, random width pumpkin pine floors, and windows with deep sills. Walk-in stone fireplaces accent the living and dining rooms. A beautifully remodeled kitchen impresses with granite and tile surfaces, upscale stainless appliances, and double doors to the flagstone patio, a serene vantage point to experience the beauty of Cabin Run Creek and the spectacular grounds. Geothermal heat and a propane generator are welcome amenities. Meticulously restored, the stone and wood barn includes space for vehicles, projects and hobbies. A centuries old carriage house is a charming residence of its own, nicely equipped with a full kitchen, laundry room, bedroom and bath. A bountiful orchard, in-ground saltwater swimming pool, stone sculpture garden, and abundance of mature trees and colorful plantings enhance this unique property.
Roads with covered bridges lead to shopping and dining along the Delaware River, and major thoroughfares are easily reachable for quick access to Philadelphia and New York City.
Updated on December 7, 2021 at 3:04 pm