Open House: Charming Renovated PA Farmhouse – Wait Till You See The Guest House
3,670 sq. ft.
Built in 1810, Merestone Farm is a spectacular home on the banks of Lake Nockamixon in Pennsylvania. The original stone main house still stands, as does the barn, which is now a large timber guesthouse. Set in the rolling hills of Bucks County, the property is 40 miles from Philadelphia and 85 miles from New York City.
Inside the main house is a renovated kitchen, a wood-beamed dining room with French doors that lead to the screened-in porch, and a living room with a large fireplace and entertainment area. The home also has a glass-walled library with views of the eight-acre grounds.
Outside, there is a tranquil Zen garden, multiple stone patios, and an in-ground pool with a poolhouse. One of the highlights of the home is the barn turned guesthouse, which features an open floor plan with Jerusalem limestone flooring, sky-high ceilings, and an exposed infrastructure.
Contact: Addison Wolfe Real Estate, 215-862-5500; addisonwolfe.com
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