Along a rolling country road, stone pillars mark the entrance to this majestic Bucks County Manor Home. A governor’s driveway leads through a buffer of white pines into a clearing that reveals this reproduction farmhouse & surrounding ancillary buildings. Adorned with period details such as exposed support beams, a Morgan mantel over the faux fireplace in the dining room, solid wood doors with wrought iron hinges & hardware. Extensive woodworking is found throughout, and is most evident in the built-in cabinetry that consumes an entire wall in the Living Room. The eat-in kitchen acts as the heart of the home & is adjacent to a Morning Room with a bank of windows & French doors to a secluded deck – the perfect respite to indulge in the latest mystery while soaking in the peace and serenity of this premium locale. Step through the kitchen and back in time into a reproduction of George Washington’s Room at Valley Forge. Three sets of stairs lead to the second level where the Master Suite is a serene escape with its own dressing area, a multitude of closets (some with organizers) and storage areas including a window seat. There is even an office/study with fireplace. The spa-like bathroom consists of radiant heated floors and heated towel rack, a granite vanity with undermount sinks, a soaking tub and walk-in shower with seamless glass. Another bedroom has its own half bath, while a full bathroom and another bedroom complete this level. Up another flight of stairs to the third floor, where two more bedrooms share a full bath. The enormous lower level has two staircases and beautifully finished space for a theatre room and separate exercise room.The cobblestone terrace with lighted pergola offers the opportunity for al fresco dining. Here walls of stone with Bluestone capping and stairs guide you to the heated pool and spa – heated separately to provide the option of keeping the spa open year-round. A stone pool house mimics the later additions to the main house and provides a full service cabana with wet bar and seating. Picturesque grounds are both wooded and open with perennial flower beds and bushes throughout. Perfect just the way it is, but if the current layout is not ideal for the needs of its new occupants, this flexible floorplan lends itself to endless possibilities. An in-law suite can easily be envisioned, and there is even a Guest House waiting to be finished in part of the two-story carriage house/4-car garage. Enchanting setting, located in the award-winning Central Bucks School District. Minutes away from the wonderful restaurants, shops, theater and entertainment in the historic towns of Doylestown, New Hope and Lambertville.
Property Details for 2948 BURNT HOUSE HILL RD
2948 BURNT HOUSE HILL RD is a house for sale in Doylestown, PA 18902. This 4181.00 SQFT house sits on a 3.47 acre lot and features 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. Built in 1978, this house has been on the market for a total of 3 months and is currently priced at $975,000.