The median home value in Carversville,
PA is $330,000.
the county median home value of $290,000.
The national median home value is $209,892.
The average price of homes sold in Carversville,
PA is $330,000.
Approximately 81% of
Carversville homes are owned,
compared to 10% rented, while
8% are vacant.
Carversville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
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Perched at the very edge of a rock bluff high above the Paunacussing Creek sits this iconic mid-century modern stone and glass Solebury residence. Built in the early 1950's and designed by Philadelphia architect, Morris J. Rosenthal, this Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home has recently undergone a complete and painstaking renovation using the finest materials and artisans available. The original architectural blueprints and old photos were instrumental in guiding the project and no detail was overlooked in maintaining the original integrity. The result is a breathtaking, modern masterpiece taking full advantage of this spectacular 9 acre setting with 180-degree cliff-top views looking out over the rushing stream and verdant woodlands. Present day luxury is evident in every room. The chefs kitchen features custom maple cabinetry, all top of the line stainless steel appliances including a Subzero refrigerator, an eight burner, double oven gas Wolf range, a wine cooler and radiant floors. The living room is anchored by a dramatic original curvilinear stone wall with fireplace and original slate floors and walls of glass opening to an extensive stone patio wrapping around the entire back of the home. The open floor plan in this area includes a formal dining room also with slate floors and sensational views with sliding glass doors on to the patio for al fresco dining. A hallway leads to the master bedroom which is a mirror image of the living room with a curvilinear stone wall and wood burning fireplace. The original polished concrete floors add a dramatic mid-century feel. The master bath features Blue Lagos radiant heated floors, a dramatic semi-circle vanity and a sumptuous glass and stone shower. A custom Nakashima inspired bar dominates the hallway with a powder room leading to a light filled den with polished concrete floors. Two additional en suite bedrooms, a large laundry room and utility room complete the living spaces. A long winding newly paved driveway entering thru custom iron electronic gates meanders over the original 1948 steel and stone bridge, culminating at an ample sized crushed stone motor court and detached two garage with workshop.Security cameras discretely survey the property. Fully integrated WIFI system controls Sonos music, security and HVAC. A new septic system is over-sized and would allow for an additional legal accessory dwelling on the property. Beautiful slate walk ways and extensive new landscaping invite guests to wander with a glass of wine or relax in the hammock. This property offers the discerning buyer the degree of privacy and protection, along with low maintenance often sought, but rarely found within a 90 minute drive to NYC or an hours commute to Philadelphia. The Princeton Airport is less than a 45 minute drive.
Belle Terre is a stunningly beautiful property hidden down a long private drive in the heart of Carversville. The 12.6 acre parcel with stream and lily pond is the setting for this magnificent Worthington built home. The property offers a 3-stall barn, large guest house and heated salt water pool. Belle Terre, with its 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths, is suitable for your family, friends and large-scale entertaining. Interior photos will be forthcoming.
Separate Cottage for guest or rental income. Above the Paunacussing Creek, this is one of Carversville's earliest homes, a stone bank house with income-generating rental/guest house and space for a home-based office, all just steps from the center of the village and immortalized in a painting by noted Bucks County Impressionist Fern Coppedge. The relaxed lifestyle it offers, whether it's sitting on the porch watching the world go by or listening to the sounds of the creek from living room patio or lower terrace and garden, or strolling into the center of the village for a bite at the general store or dinner at the Carversville Inn, it is classic Bucks County. On the National Register of Historic Houses but extensively renovated by its current owner, the home's circa 200-year-old materials embody character and warmth. Create holiday memories celebrating by the living room fireplace in winter, or in warm weather, entertain in the expansive kitchen with access to the large lower terrace shaded by a pretty birch tree. There are updated appliances, including Sub-Zero refrigeration, with additional Sub-Zero refrigerator drawers in the living room bar. The kitchen's enormous walk-in fireplace is a testament to the property's age. Private quarters are on the upper two floors. The third floor is a light and bright master bedroom with impressive, wide-plank pumpkin pine floors, exposed beam ceiling with hand-hewn summer beam, and pocket doors to a dressing area/closet and neutral tile bath with tub/shower and pedestal sink. A second bedroom and bath are on the top floor. The guest house offers a great room with a deck overlooking the creek, a kitchen/dining room with fireplace, bedroom and two full baths. Walk to the Village General Store, with its array of gourmet and everyday items, or the Carversville Inn. The canal towpath and river are just a bicycle ride away or reach them via a stroll down scenic Fleecydale Road, one of Solebury's most picturesque roads. Property is located in the Historic District. The rental cottage has a consistent, long-term rental history. Please inquire with agent for details.