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1821 stone house with new addition wants $950K

Chestnut Tree Farm is located in New Hope, Pennsylvania

Two-story stone house with wooden addition attached to the side.
Get the best of both worlds in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: New Hope, Pennsylvania

Price: $950,000

Offering the best of both the new and old worlds is this restored 1821-built stone house called Chestnut Tree Farm in New Hope, Pennsylvania. The antique residence features four bedrooms and two baths across a floorplan enhanced by a new addition, for a total living area of 3,022 square feet.

Historic details abound, including rustic wide-plank floorboards, multiple fireplaces, exposed ceilings beams, and other millwork. These period elements combine sympathetically with the updates, which include a spacious new gourmet kitchen with chef’s appliances, custom cabinetry, and a dine-in area opening directly onto a patio, and pretty bathrooms finished in Carrara marble.

Rounding out the 4.5-acre property are an attic, a detached two-car garage, and an old barn. Located at 6920 Ferry Road, it’s offered at $950,000. Have a look.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty