This exceptional property is one of Bucks County's premier estates and was part of the original William Penn land grant. Its more than 190 acres is the backdrop for an extraordinary compound of three homes, barns & stables, historic outbuildings, picturesque ponds and rolling pastures and countryside. Part of Fashion Farms, a renowned group of horse breeding farms, it has panoramic views of mountains and is an idyllic and beautiful retreat. The tree-lined driveway leads to a stone Grand Manor House, circa 1713, that is the epitome of refined elegance and gracious, comfortable living. More than a stunning home, it promotes a lifestyle that could take many directions, both formal and casual, to satisfy the most discerning buyer. In addition to the manor house with its period ambiance and custom detailing, there is a Victorian guest home, an authentic 1740 cottage and a bank barn complete with stalls, hay storage and caretaker's apartment. Amenities include lighted tennis courts, swimming pool/spa with pool house, spring house, garages, greenhouses, paved roadways and updated mechanicals. Currently a turnkey breeding operation, the property has the amenities and acreage to be a premier equestrian or agricultural business, or simply a distinguished country estate.
Master Bath(s), Butlers Pantry, Skylight(s)
Tennis Court(s), Hot Tub, Paddock, Riding Ring, Patio, Fence, Pool (In-Ground)
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Listing information last updated on December 13th, 2018 at 1:16am EST.