Welcome to historic Mill Stone Farm, located at 1702 Upper State Road in beautiful New Britain. This very special, classic Bucks County Farmhouse has been lovingly restored by the current owners, highlighting the original charm while updating to modern style living. The original farmhouse was built in 1732 and features 4 original rooms with deep windowsills, including a classic dining room with exposed stone and a historical walk-in fireplace with bread oven as well as a living room with an original Keystone fireplace. A late 1800-addition added on a first-floor office that could be used as an extra bedroom and includes ample built-in storage. A 1970’s addition included a kitchen which has been recently updated as well as an extra- large family room with a walk-in fireplace crafted from the original mill stones found on the property. This creates a lovely open living style encompassing the kitchen, eating area, and family room. The first floor also has a full bathroom, laundry room, and mudroom entrance. The second floor has two bedrooms and recently updated full bathroom, as well as a large owner’s suite built in 1996 with exposed stone, beams, and an additional fireplace. Altogether, this historic residence offers over 3,000 square feet and features an updated kitchen, eat-in dining area, extra-large family room, new custom wood flooring, new carpet, 4 fireplaces, 3 bedrooms, first floor office/bedroom, 3 full bathrooms, first floor laundry, historic dining room and living room, and a mud room entry. All new electric was included in the recent renovations as well as all new exterior paint, and more! The house sits on a 7.435 acre “L” shaped lot including an oversized 2-car detached garage with a 2nd floor workshop area. The property offers a peaceful setting along the Neshaminy Creek with lots of recreational opportunities for nature walks, bird watching, hunting, fishing, and more. The opposite side of the creek is township open space and easy access across the street to the Doylestown Community Bike and Hike System, the Neshaminy Greenway Trail with access to the 202 Parkway Trail. The back of the property abuts the Wilma Quinlan Nature Preserve, creating a very private setting. Public sewer and onsite water also offers piece of mind. Don’t miss this historic opportunity in New Britain Township! Showings start Friday, 6/4.
Updated on June 4, 2021 at 5:16 am