The “Grace Shaw” house is proudly sited in the center of Solebury’s coveted historical village of Carversville. Circa 1884, this stone federal house has undergone extensive restoration with careful attention to preserve its original natural beauty, including prohibition era writing on the original plaster walls. Historians and designers alike will delight over the patina plaster walls, original woodwork, wide plank floors, massive deep sill original wavy glass windows and 9′ ceilings throughout. The current owners, who are only the 3rd family to own this home since its existence, seemlessly blended a new custom kitchen and master bathroom addition into this historic gem. The new kitchen features custom inset cabinetry, double wolf gas range with built in hood, fully integrated paneled refrigerator and dishwasher, and gorgeous 2″ thick Danby marble countertops. Careful attention to detail was used to select all high-end replica lighting and plumbing fixtures throughout. The rear covered porch offers a place to gather around the outdoor fireplace to extend the season, and is perfect for entertaining year round. All the internal components of the home have been replaced including new 200amp electric, all new plumbing, brand new septic, new heating and central a/c, and full perimeter drain and basement waterproofing system, that should give peace of mind to the new owners. The detached 2 story barn offers plenty of options to expand and utilize the 2nd story loft space to your liking-a remote office, artist loft, or future guest cottage to name a few. Take a stroll down to the Carversville Inn, or General store for your morning coffee, and meander down scenic Fleecydale rd enjoying all the Delaware river valley has to offer. Located in the award winning New Hope-Solebury School district, and just minutes to New Hope, Lambertville and Lahaska make this a perfect full time residence, or weekend retreat!
Updated on September 27, 2021 at 4:06 pm