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Historic stone house on over 14 acres asks $965K

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This 1825 beauty is located in southeastern Pennsylvania

Exterior shot of three-story stone Colonial house with gabled roof, multiple chimneys, and window shutters.
Although the home is historically designated, there are no restrictions placed on it.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Ottsville, Pennsylvania

Price: $965,000

Built circa 1825, this historic-designated (but without restrictions!) German farmstead in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, has undergone a “museum quality” restoration, boasting heaps of original details and Colonial charm. Unique to southeastern Pennsylvania, the old stone house measures 2,232 square feet and sits on over 14 acres of land and includes various outbuildings.

Featuring gorgeous woodwork like “random width” floors, deep window sills, exposed beams, door frames, and winding staircases, as well as blazing “walk-in” fireplaces, the three-bed-two-bath feels cozy and welcoming and offers plenty of inviting communal spaces. Each room has its own color scheme, whether dark forest green in the living room, tan in the den, grey in the kitchen, and various shades of blue in the bedrooms.

Elsewhere on the property are a frame bank dairy barn with workshop, a two-story summer kitchen with fireplace, outhouse, corn crib, and wagon shed. The site also comprises meadows, junipers, and other mature trees. Located at 721 Headquarters Road in Ottsville, it’s offered at $965,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty