MLS® ID: PABU476274
559 LONG ACRE LANE
YARDLEY, Pennsylvania, 19067 $529,900
Welcome to this stately Colonial home in Yardley Estates, located in a beautiful section of Lower Makefield, in the highly desired Pennsbury School District. If you are looking for over 3,300 square feet of home, with a partially finished basement, this is it! Here is your opportunity to put in some TLC and get the home you are looking for. It is priced so you can bring your vision to truly make this space your own. Picture opening the doors of your grand entrance to a large 2 story foyer with a beautiful crystal chandelier. On either side of the entrance you have your formal Living Room and Dining Room. The curved staircase is picture ready for any photos needed, prom, wedding, sweet 16, whatever is needed. Pass the staircase and you have a half bath and the basement stairs before entering your main living area. The kitchen will need some renovation, which gives you the opportunity to change the layout should you prefer. A large breakfast area allows for great entertaining flow. Continue into the spacious family room with a wood burning fireplace to keep your home cozy. Exit out the sliding door in the family room to your large multi level deck. You'll get tons of use out of the deck and it will be great to entertain on in almost any season! Mature landscaping in the back yard, keep the space very private and a natural sound barrier. Back inside, the second level has 4 bedrooms including an oversized master suite with a dressing area and master closet. The 3 other bedrooms are decent sized as well. New carpeting was just installed on the entire second floor and parts of the main floor. The walk out basement features a huge handicap accessible bathroom with a wheelchair accessible shower, making it perfect for an in-law suite. Use the space how you choose though, as theirs enough space for a game room, a movie area, a bedroom, whatever is needed with a little renovating to really make it how you need it. The train tracks behind the home are in a quiet zone so no horns will be blown, making the regular transit trains sound like a whisper. Stop by and "hear" it to believe it!