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A Bucks County farmhouse situated on over an acre of land boasting original architecture and character, elevated by modern amenities and mechanical upgrades. Built in 1736, this home features multiple fireplaces and wood stoves, wide plank flooring, exposed ceiling beams, built-in bookshelves, a detached 1.5 garage, and multiple renovated rooms. Enter this home from the welcoming front porch with custom portico and step into the living room. Immediately be enamored by the stone wall and fireplace. Built-in shelves and exposed beams provide a modern farmhouse feel. Adjacent to the living room is a formal dining room, illuminated by chandelier lighting and accented by custom millwork, an arched doorway, and paned glass pocket doors. The kitchen was completely renovated from floor-to-ceiling, featuring white shaker style cabinets, mosaic backsplashes, quartz countertops, brushed nickel hardware, stainless steel appliances and farmhouse sink, a range hood, a wine fridge, recessed lighting, and a breakfast bar. The open, airy family room addition features exposed stone walls, a wood burning stove, vaulted ceilings with skylights, and access to fenced in yard via sliding glass door. A dedicated laundry room and full bathroom completes this living space. The upper-level of this home features new carpeting, a decorative fireplace in the primary bedroom, two spacious bedrooms, a clever office closet, and a contemporary renovated bathroom, equipped with a soaking sub, European shower, herringbone tile accent wall, and brushed brass fixtures. Outside you will find a 1.5 car detached garage with lofted storage space, an open patio, and a level yard surrounded by a wooded area - deer stand included. Once owned by John and Thomas Penn (two of William Penn's sons), then the Chapman’s (historical Bucks family during founding years), this home is full of rich history, charm, and character representative of its era. Located in the Council Rock School District. Minutes from Vince's Pizza and Taproom, Owwowcow Creamery, Organnon's, Newtown Shopping Center, Rose Bank Winery, Tyler State Park, and more. Schedule your showing today and be sure to check out the virtual tour! Sellers to install a new septic system at seller’s expense, $40,000 value. It is unlikely that it will be completed prior to settlement. Sellers are open to issuing a credit to buyers OR paying in full; the existing septic system is OPERABLE in the interim. See documents. New well pump to be installed (existing well functional too). Buyer(s) terminated to cold feet. Listing agent is related to seller.
|2 weeks ago||Listing updated with changes from the MLS|
|2 weeks ago||Status changed to Pending|
|2 weeks ago||Price changed to $497,000|
|a month ago||Status changed to Active Under Contract|
|2 months ago||Price changed to $509,900|