The Long and Foster Newtown Sales office is located in the heart of historic Newtown Borough. With an established presence in the area for over 30 years, our agents have helped many buyers and sellers throughout Bucks, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties. The Newtown Sales office is fortunate to boast some of the most experienced and knowledgeable Realtors in the area. Our agents are highly trained professionals who will be able to help you through every step of the home buying or selling process. For your convenience we also can assist with settlement services, homeowners insurance, home warranty and for our buyers we offer an in-house loan officer. We look forward to meeting you and being able to assist with all your Real Estate needs.
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Nestled in the heart of Bucks county lies ~Hope Farm~ an amazing three story Stone Manor Farmhouse, originally designed and constructed by the Cornell family and on the Register of Historic Places in Bucks County, PA. It was built in circa 1790 and added to in Greek Revival Tradition in the 1840~s. The home has been meticulously renovated and restored with modern features while still maintaining the historic charm. The original home (1790~s) has a traditional open fireplace kitchen and two rooms above. The ~summer kitchen~ now a powder room was added in 1920 and the original cabinets have been maintained in its current use. The main house dates to 1840 and the beautiful current kitchen was added in 2001. This kitchen has solid pine cabinets from Lancaster County, dual Dacor ovens, Sub-zero refrigerator, Asko dishwasher, Dacor gas cooking range, trash compactor and radiant floor heating. There is a pre-wired stereo system in the kitchen and outdoor patio areas.There are two large living rooms on the main level which are located either side of a grand staircase leading to the second and third floors. The ~green~ room has a custom tongue and groove ceiling with a detailed center wood section. The ~red~ room has a beautiful original ceiling medallion and all rooms on this floor have deep set original woodwork window sills and working gas fireplaces.Original pine plank floors are throughout the home ~ they have all been refinished on the main level and on the second and third level are carpeted. The windows in the home have all been upgraded and are Pella historical grade 6 over 6 pivot style.Moving to the second floor, there is a large main bedroom, a full bathroom that has been tastefully added with jetted tub and shower, a second-floor laundry with wash tub and another 2 smaller bedrooms over the original kitchen. One of these bedrooms is currently used as an office with a back staircase for easy access to the main level.The third floor has two bedrooms, the larger of the two has a propane stove for supplemental heat, a fully renovated bathroom with shower and another bedroom which is currently used for storage. The entire third floor has original eyebrow windows on both the North and South sides. A full-size unfinished basement is split into two areas, both with concrete floors and repointed stone walls. This is a perfect multiple use area for utilities (heat, electric, etc..) as well as a fully functional work space and storage area. An oversize walkout stone staircase completes the basement floor.Situated on almost 2 acres, this home also features a two-level stone ice house (circa 1840) with blue stone floor, a wood burning ~walk-in~ fireplace and an underground cold storage area (perfect wine cellar). In addition, an outdoor entertainment building with a stone bar area, 3-hole stone outhouse/smokehouse, heated cement pool with spa area and a spacious ~1,500 sq ft barn which was rebuilt in 2013 by Lancaster Amish.