Journey to the quaint village of Carversville, discover the former gathering place for the Lenape Native Americans, who called it Aquetong. This house, known as the "The Creek House," is situated along the Paunacussing Creek that flows along the back of the property. Fish for trout during the season, enjoy the beauty of the natural landscape of this large lot that includes land over the waterway. The mature trees and hand laid stone walls located on the property are truly breath taking. Once you enter this historic home, you are greeted by all original random width hardwood floors, over-sized trim and windows, original mill work, turn style staircases, exposed beams and fireplace. Gaze at the amazing views out of the many windows. The enclosed front entry leads into the spacious family room, which opens to the dining room and a main level bedroom overlooking the back of the property. You can't help but to notice the attention to detail the early builders used during construction. Up the staircase to the second level is an amazing master suite with overhead beams, built-in cabinets, as well as, tasteful bathroom fixtures and a tile surround, glass door shower and sitting room. Downstairs you will find a large eat-in kitchen and a half bath with fireplace and access to the side patio and steps leading to the grounds in the back, where you'll find special quarters, for sleeping or reflecting. Completing this level is an access to the utility room with the convenience of the laundry room. Truly a unique design. Dine at the Carversville Inn or venture to Tyler State Park or Doylestown Borough where even more dining and shopping can be enjoyed. Easy access to other area towns and a short drive to New Jersey make this location very desirable. Whether this is a full time residence or a weekend retreat, you will love the features of this home, which would be hard to replicate. The property can be expanded, and is zoned Village Residential, with many uses!
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