Waiting for you to make your mark in American history is this truly noteworthy, pre-revolutionary farmhouse located on over 3 acres of prime Bucks County land in historic Washington Crossing, PA. Circa 1750 with later additions, the Abraham Harvey House is a rare period home featuring original woodwork and exceptional craftsmanship. Nestled amongst a mature wooded backdrop, the homestead offers 4 bedrooms and 3 baths blending old world charm with modern updates and fantastic space. Exposed wood beamed ceilings, multiple stone fireplaces, original hardware and built-ins, deep window sills, spacious light-filled rooms, and hardwood and wide plank floors throughout create this inviting country home. The home’s main level features both a front and rear staircase, fieldstone wall highlighted dining room, and cozy parlor/den where an abundance of natural light flows suggesting that perfect reading spot. Accented by a set of stone wrapped hearth fireplaces at each end, the formal living room is expansive and showcases its versatility currently being utilized as the perfect sitting and living room combination space. The home is further enhanced by the culinary sanctuary of a kitchen with its openness, high end appliances, granite countertops, rustic Pennsylvania handcrafted custom cabinetry, breakfast nook and double paned window positioned perfectly over the kitchen sink offering amazing views of the expansive backyard landscape. A private office with full bath can also be found on this level which could be easily converted into a main floor suite. Ascend up one of the convenient wood staircases to the second level where you are greeted by an exceptional primary suite with walk-in closet, an updated main bath highlighting beautiful custom cabinetry and generous sized dual sink vanity. Three sizeable bedrooms, each with its own fireplace share a large fully renovated hall bath with stylish vanity. A convenient laundry room complete this level. The third floor showcases a bonus room that could be utilized as a fitness space, entertainment/media room, art/hobby studio or second office. Outside, neighboring the main residence, is an amazing stone barn that houses garage parking on the main level for two vehicles and an upper cozy loft area with wood plank-lined cathedral ceiling and a convenient half bath perfect for those weekend visitors. You’ll find that there are limitless possibilities for this superb 3+ acreage or simply enjoy the sounds of nature! Don’t miss the chance to enjoy living within the walls of history in an unparalleled country setting with peaceful grounds yet close proximity to I-295 for commuting and located in Council Rock Schools. For the history buffs out there, the home was an original 1,000 acre, William Penn granted property and Abraham Harvey owned the local ferry service. George Washington used his boats to cross the Delaware for the pivotal Battle of Trenton. Become the next curator of this historic beauty and make it yours today!
Updated on September 28, 2022 at 3:57 pm