OPEN HOUSE cancelled until further notice - schedule a private tour. Bucks County, Rich in its History and Pastoral Beauty, Offers a Rare Life-Style Opportunity for Those Who Want the Ambiance of a Quieter Past without Compromising the Convenience of a Contemporary Lifestyle. Built Circa 1800 and Owned by the Same Family for Over 30 Years, this Fine Antique Farmhouse has Received and also Added a lot of Love In its Time Both to and from the Various Owners and Just Like the Velveteen Rabbit, is Showing Some Wear and Tear. The Sheen May Have Been Rubbed Off but with Some Elbow Grease and Vision, this Can Be Just the Home You have Been Looking For! Over 10 Acres of Farmland Not Only Provides Priceless Serenity, but Offers Many Opportunities to Pursue Various Agricultural Interests while Generating Projected Rental Income. Endless Possibilities Exist for Remodeling this 2,677 Square Foot Plaster-Over-Stone Farmhouse....Currently Configured Into A 2-Family Dwelling. The Main Residence Includes a Living Room with Fireplace, Dining Room with Built-Ins, Spacious Kitchen with Picture Window View to the Gazebo overlooking the Pond, a Powder Room and a Laundry On The Main Level, as well as access to the Basement. Upstairs Are 3 Bedrooms ( and a 4th if needed ) and A Full Bath and also a Pergola Covered Balcony to relax on and enjoy the Unimpeded Views of Sunrises and Sunsets over the Scenic Countryside. The 2-Story ( Adjoining but Separate ) Apartment which has its own Front Door Entry includes a Living Room, Large Eat-In Kitchen, And Upstairs Is A Bedroom and a Full Bathroom, with the Option of a 2nd Bedroom if Preferred, plus access to the Basement. A Deep Covered Front Porch is Enjoyed by the Main House, While The Apartment also has its Own Front Porch. Purists Will Savor The Slate Roof, Wood Plank Floors, and Deep Window Sills. The 5,360 Sq.Ft. Bank Barn Has A Metal Roof, Stalls, Storage, plus its own Electric And Water, And Could Easily House Your Livestock Or Horseless Carriages. An Arbor And Brick Patio in the Garden Area Directly Adjoin the Main House. A Charming Gazebo Is Adjacent to the Pond And Looks Out Onto Pastoral Scenery. This Enticing Property Is Adaptable to a Great Many Uses and Poses Endless Possibilities for Equestrian Pursuits, Organic Farming, A Gentleman's Farm, or Country Retreat. The Land Is Mostly Open, but has Some Woodland - An Ideal Setting for those Inspired by the Country. Wonderful Restaurants, A Thriving Arts Community, Farmers Markets, Orchards, Antique Shops, Polo In The Summer- It's All so Close-By ! Located less than 15 Minutes North West of Historic Doylestown Borough and yet Still Commutable to the Lehigh Valley and New York Via I78. Nearby Recreational Facilities In the Lake Nockamixon Area for Picnics and Boating and Minutes Away From High Rocks And Ralph Stover Parks. Zoning Options: Approximately One Acre of the Frontage of this 10 Acre setting, is on Route 113 and Is Zoned Village Center and the Permitted Uses are Forestry, Single Family Detached, Retirement Village, Place of Worship, School, Library, Private Recreational Facility, Private Club, Day Nursery, Nursing Home, Funeral Home, Medical Office, Offices, Retail Store, Personal Services, Financial Establishment, Eating Place, Repair Shop, Motel-Hotel, Municipal Use, and Accessory Use; the minimum lot size requirement is 20,000 square feet for most uses. The Remainder Of The Site, Which Contains Approximately 9.34 Acres, Is Zoned Rural Residential.