MLS® ID: PABU480920
1442 RIVER ROAD
UPPER BLACK EDDY, Pennsylvania, 18972 $489,000
Facing east, this historic 18th Century home has a majestic river view of the early morning sunrise from its delightful porch It is an original historic colonial home with its unobstructed -view of the Delaware River. Built in 1791, it has 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths with charm and vintage quality distinctive to this 18th Century era- original built-ins throughout rooms and good-sized closets. The location is lauded as a desirable tourist destination, it is minutes from artistic New Hope, Lumberville, Frenchtown, and Milford river towns and their fantastic cafes and restaurants. "Ringing Rocks" and Tinicum State Park are nearby area attractions. It is also close enough for a drive,bus or train to NYC This lovely home could easily be your relaxing sought after retreat home, or a wonderful all year around home with riparian rights to your own private boat dock, enjoy river sports and fishing. The home has 4 fireplaces, original wide-wood beams, wide planked pine flooring are seen throughout this lovely Colonial period home and are authentic and irreplaceable A large gathering room with an adjoining library with extensive authentic mill work is seen throughout the home. An added feature is a bonus or family room or possibly a main floor bedroom and a full easy access bath on the main level. Enter the home from a gracious, front porch facing east toward the scenic river. The home is bright with plenty of windows in every room Each floor has a full bath. The kitchen is charming and inviting with modern appliances, including a washer and dryer in a separate space. The rear door from the kitchen leads to a beautiful spacious garden area with a short walk to hike or bike to New Hope on the historic towpath. Come experience nature and activities of fishing, boating and just dreaming as one takes in the view of the river. It is truly a time gone by when this colonial stagecoach stop existed and thrived along the Delaware River. This home is still cherished and truly an historic Bucks County " River Jewel"! Come take a look!