The median home value in Lumberville, PA is $985,000.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Lumberville, PA is $985,000.
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Balancing the high style and detail of the Victorian era with exposed stone and other rustic features common in classic Bucks County homes, this residence is located in the pristine historical village of Lumberville. Set back from the road, this stone and frame house has a front porch perfectly placed for taking in Delaware River views. Inside, its main parlor is a large, gracious, soothing space with French windows opening to the porch, rich millwork, a stone fireplace and the main stairwell to the second floor. To the rear is a country kitchen with a charming breakfast area with built-in seating and bay of three windows. The kitchen's terra cotta tile continues into a dining room, a space that can be as formal or casual as you wish. A corner fireplace adds romance in winter. Step up to the vaulted-ceiling family room which contains a third fireplace. This room features built-in window seats on each side, skylights, a stone floor and access to one of two patios. An enclosed side room lined in windows adds light to the entire area and is now used as an office. Upstairs, the main bedroom is large enough to accommodate a variety of furniture arrangements. A second bedroom completes the private quarters. The third floor contains a full-floor attic. Outside, entertain on the big, beautiful patio with a stone outdoor fireplace and pond with waterfall. A 2+ car garage with carriage-house-style doors and a full second floor for storage or to finish as living space completes this appealing village property. Just a minute's walk to the Black Bass Hotel & Restaurant, Lumberville General Store, the canal path for walking and bicycling and the footbridge to Bulls Island in NJ where you can launch kayaks, canoes and other watercraft.