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Beautifully restored antique stone house on acres of rolling hills asks $1.1M

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The enchanting property is located in Bucks County, PA

Traditional Colonial style two-story constructed from stone with shutters and light landscaping set on large plot of land.
This antique stone house was built in 1781.
Photos via Zillow

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Location: Erwinna, Pennsylvania

Price: $1,100,000

This antique stone home in Bucks County, Pennsylvania enchants from the outset—not only is it located on Permanent School Road (which sounds either like a dream or a nightmare, depending), to access it one must cross a wide wooden bridge.

Built in 1781 and set on six private acres, the carefully restored, two-story Colonial retains much of its original architecture, including exposed, rough-hewn beams, wide-plank floor boards, multiple wood-burning fireplaces, and other period details. The main house, measuring 1,824 square feet, features two bedrooms and a bath, spacious living room, updated eat-in kitchen with soap stone counters, and built-in shelving.

But that’s not all. The property also includes a restored stone barn with slate roof, a separate outbuilding that is now a gym, an “impeccably restored corn crib,” full guest house underneath which could accommodate a studio, workshop, or garage, and gorgeous outdoor spaces from which to enjoy idyllic country views.

These include peony gardens, rolling hills, a bluestone terrace surrounded by boxwoods, and a saltwater pool. Sited at, as we mentioned, 44 Permanent School Road in Erwinna, the property is listed for $1,100,000. Take a look.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty