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Haycock Twp, PA

Historic Bucks County Tavern and land on 8+ Acres near Lake Nockamixon and Lake Towhee. The sale includes two parcels. ** The first parcel included a classic stone building built in 1710, which has been an operational bar and restaurant since 1750. This historic tavern features deep window sills, hardwood floors, exposed stone walls, wrap around bar, dining area, grill and updated kitchen with stainless steel commercial equipment. Beautiful stone fireplaces on main level and second level. Live music is offered in the dining room and bay windows provide views of the gardens, woods and outdoor dining areas. Kitchen appliances, lighting, furniture, signage, trade fixtures and architectural plans for spacious addition and deck to be included in the sale. Above the tavern is a large residential apartment. $1,250,000
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Solebury Twp, PA

This is your chance to own a beautiful fieldstone home, built into a sloped terraced lot in the Village of Centre Bridge! So much of the original detail remains:, beautiful random width pine flooring, dutch doors, a large wood burning stove with mantle, a tin gabled roof, exposed stone and so much more. A sweet little capped, stone well provides visual interest in the front year which overlooks River Road and a collection of Centre Bridge’s prettiest estate homes. The Solebury Historical Society has traced the property all the way back to the land sale in 1696 from William Penn to Bassilian Foster. The house itself was likely built for Albert Livezy (owner of the general store) in 1869.  The village of Centre Bridge is a five minute drive to New Hope or a twenty minute walk along the Delaware River Park Canal Path – a 60 mile state park trail running from Yardley to Easton PA.  $475,000
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East Rockhill Twp, PA

Along a quiet country road just a stones throw from the thousands of acres that is Lake Nockamixon State Park is Boulder Ridge – your own private two parcel, 23+ acre haven. The lot is simply beautiful. Partly opened and partly wooded, you can walk through the countryside listening only to the whisper of the trees. There are large clearings for fun overnight camping, games or ATVs and still plenty of woodland trails with not a neighbor in sight. Down a long treelined driveway is a gracious farmhouse with two separate detached garages. The original two story section of the home dates back to the late 1700s, and another family added on a second portion in the 1890s. Later additions and changes were made but all were in keeping with the best of American Farmhouse design.  $1,250,000
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Solebury Two

Hidden down a private road is The Eastburn Reeder Estate, a secluded compound with history dating back to the 1700s. The farmhouse was one of several former residences’ of Mr.Reeder, a prominent dairy farmer & land owner in the Solebury community. Fast forward to the 1980s when the estate was converted into “The New Hope Tennis Country Club”- a place where many locals still reminisce of “the good ol’ days”. Today, after an extensive gut renovation, this historic property has not only come back to life, it has come back to market. Upon entering the farmhouse prepare to be wowed by the newly refinished hardwood flooring, exposed beams and original stone walls. The authentic details of this farmhouse have been carefully updated with modern finishes. $1,400,000
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Bedminster Twp, PA

The genesis of Cabin Run Farm was 1785 in the original keeping room and throughout the years, this formidable homestead has grown to 37 plus acres and has become one of the most prestigious compounds in this area of Bucks County. The main house is sited on the precipice of a hillside overlooking Cabin Run Creek and the distant farms. The current stewards have spent endless time restoring the home to its pristine condition. The additions, constructed over the century, move seamlessly from one room to another. Architectural woodworking, hardwood floors, chef’s kitchen and a grand library are only a few of the amenities that dazzle. New slate roof, copper gutters and leaders, refreshed stone walls and landscaping, all contribute to this Currier and Ives canvas.  $4,375,000
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Riegelsville Boro, PA

Gorgeous and sophisticated 3 bedroom stone twin in the quaint town of Riegelsville. This circa 1884 solid stone twin offers so much more character than any single home built today. Soaring 10′ ceilings throughout, oversized windows with lots of natural light, original pumpkin pine hardwood floors, wainscoting & built-ins, crown moulding, and much more. Spacious eat in kitchen with center island was updated with all new appliances, and slate countertops. Enjoy summers sipping coffee on the deep front porch. $325,000
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Bedminster Twp PA

The legendary Elephant Hotel is your opportunity to create Bucks County’s next dining destination with a luxury two-level apartment! This historic property, a regional landmark since 1845, awaits your vision to complete this spectacular renovation. The current owners have completed the basic and strategic elements of the building, but it is the new steward who will need to take “The Elephant “ through its final stages of execution and aesthetics. — The first level of the building is designed for dining and entertaining and has been reimagined to include spacious rooms, high ceilings, lots of natural light and a new porch area. Plans and progress for the second and third level feature a luxury two-level apartment. $505,000
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Haycock Twp, PA

The farm begins with location and location. Your investment and peace of mind are protected. The farm sits directly across from 2011 acres of protected state land which is ninety-eight percent forested with popular boulder climbing up the infamous Haycock Mountain. A right turn out of the driveway and a short walk leads to Lake Towhee – a 552-acre park with trails and a 50-acre lake. If that wasn’t enough, a short 5-minute bike ride reveals 3500 acres of forest, trails, sailing, and fishing at Lake Nockamixon. Additionally, Bucks County Horse Park is 4.6 miles away offering trail riding, competitions in five disciplines, shows, clinics, and the “Thursday Morning Horse Show” in true Bucks County style. More importantly, the farm affords privacy. This is one of a handful of Bucks’ County farms that are secluded and exclusive. Tranquility is the theme of this wonderful setting. A charming tree-lined furrow is the entrance that opens to a picturesque stone farmhouse and equestrian domain. $1,165,000
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Solebury Township, PA

If you’re looking for an ideal location to establish your home and business then look no further. This beautifully restored classic Bucks County fieldstone manor house is ideal for many “Mixed Use” possibilities. Zoned Village Commercial, VC2, this is a prime location in the heart of Solebury for a gallery, office, retail, flex space, co- op and so much more.  The period restoration is complete with random width flooring, Mercer tiles, newly plastered and painted walls, new lighting and an elegantly restored staircase. $793,150
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Plumstead Twp PA

As you cross over the old Philadelphia cobblestones, flanked by the “X” style Revolutionary fencing, you see the Huddleston-Harrison Homestead. This proper period home and barn are sited on 13 plus acres and forms the perfect Currier & Ives photo. The property has been totally renovated by Jarrett Vaughn Builders known for its attention to detail and historical accuracy. The home has three bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths and twin finished attic spaces (one currently used as an office)….both can function as additional sleeping areas for occasional guests. The floorplan contains an open concept great room and kitchen.  $1,700,000 CLICK FOR MORE


Solebury Township, PA

Step back in time and take a look at this gracious French farmhouse that sits on almost 3 acres. Enter through the stained glass front door to a formal gathering room with a large fireplace and almost hidden built-ins. From the formal front room you will walk into the spacious dining room with three sets of French doors that open to the welcoming stone terrace which begs for an al fresco evening. The powder room is off the dining room. The kitchen has stainless appliances and granite counter tops, a French door the the terrace and unheated/non-air conditioned room that is used for storage and a mud room off the back door out to the covered deck. The family room has built in book cases and a French door to the terrace and completes the 1st floor. The 2nd floor has a primary bedroom with en-suite bath with soaking tub and radiant heated floors, a guest bedroom with fireplace and Juliette balcony and a 3rd bedroom with a fireplace and a hall bath. Towards the back of the house is a two bedroom guest/in-law cottage. $999,000
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Solebury Twp, PA

In the heart of Solebury Township, “Little Hill House” is the quintessential Bucks County Stucco over stone bank house. Built in 1858 the original structure was three rooms on three levels. In 1925 a main floor kitchen and second floor bedroom was added. This 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath 1447 square foot house on .43 acres exudes the charm of the past with the added conveniences of today. Through the years the current owners have restored, updated, and improved every area of the home and have meticulously maintained it. As you approach the property the replaced custom built window boxes filled with seasonal plants invokes the feeling of a European cottage. The stone patio is perfect for sitting with a cup of tea and enjoying the peaceful setting. With a cornfield behind the property and woods across the street the scenery is picture perfect.  $525,000
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Williams Twp, Northampton County PA

Charming original stone farmhouse tucked in the hillside at the edge of Bougher Hill Estates overlooking a meandering stream and flowering trees. This 2 bedroom, 2 bath, stucco over stone house dates back to the late 1800’s featuring thick stone walls, and original wide plank floors. Recent upgrades include all new shiplap walls and trim, refinished floors, freshly painted throughout and 2 newly updated bathrooms. Complete with a fenced in yard, greenhouse, firepit and covered deck perfect for entertaining this fall! $351,000
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Haycock Twp, PA

Charming converted stone School House, Circa 1867, located only a mile from Lake Nockamixon. This 1500sq’ historic building has been lovingly converted into a charming story book cottage and set on an acre of land on a quiet country road in Haycock Township. The first floor features hardwood floors, high ceilings, thick stone walls, and an open floor plan. There is a full bathroom on the first floor with clawfoot tub and stained glass windows. The kitchen has custom inset cherry cabinetry with granite counters and newer stainless steel appliances. The second floor is used as a master bedroom with 2nd full bath, laundry room, lots of built in storage, and a balcony overlooking the peaceful back yard. The yard is nicely landscaped complete with small pond, and flagstone patio perfect for enjoying a summer meal under the stars. This home would make a wonderful year round residence, but is also manageable enough for those looking to stay for weekends, Airbnb, or snowbirds looking for a home base in Bucks County. $408,000
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Nockamixon Township, PA

Sited at the end of a long gated driveway in the midst of 5.47 totally private, lushly landscaped acres, sits this quintessential Bucks County stone farmhouse. Hidden Fields Farm’s original character and charm have been thoughtfully restored while incorporating handsome modern amenities. Beamed ceilings, spacious light filled rooms, neutral color palette, and pristine wide plank floors throughout create an inviting country home. The refreshingly designed floor plan lends itself to both a traditional decor and a modern sensibility.  This property has a whole house generator, detached two car garage, a studio/workshop, and outbuilding for extra storage. $813,000
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Solebury Twp, PA

The “Grace Shaw” house is proudly sited in the center of Solebury’s coveted historical village of Carversville. Circa 1884, this stone federal house has undergone extensive restoration with careful attention to preserve its original natural beauty, including prohibition era writing on the original plaster walls. Historians and designers alike will delight over the patina plaster walls, original woodwork, wide plank floors, massive deep sill original wavy glass windows and 9′ ceilings throughout. The current owners, who are only the 3rd family to own this home since its existence, seemlessly blended a new custom kitchen and master bathroom addition into this historic gem. Take a stroll down to the Carversville Inn, or General store for your morning coffee, and meander down scenic Fleecydale rd enjoying all the Delaware river valley has to offer.  $1,050,000
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New Hope, PA

The lineage of the George Ely house begins its journey in 1795 when George Ely purchased the home from Oliver Paxson…Two important events in the history of New Hope. This home has been restored and renovated by various owners and the current stewards have brought it back to its original zoning of a single home residence. The current owners have maintained the property to a pristine state and have kept the home on a stellar level. The George Ely house is approximately 3200 square feet (quite spacious for an in-town home) with 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. There are two large public rooms… One with a slate floor and decorative fireplace. This room is the equivalent of today’s “Great Room.” The other room, adjacent to the “Great Room,” offers pine flooring and is ideal for a large family dining room with no need for the obligatory holiday “children’s table” due to lack of space.  $1,000,000
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Springfield Township, PA

‘Winding Acres Farm’… A timeless and tranquil Bucks County stone farmhouse dating back to 1850 that evokes a sense of calmness with it’s bucolic setting on a quiet country road in Springfield Township. Meticulously maintained, you can move right in and forget about the stresses of the day. The home is rich in character with its artisan plastered walls, curved archways, and hand hewn beams, yet up to date with all it’s mechanicals giving peace of mind to the new owners. The detached garage offers great space for your cars or hobbies and has the possibility for expansion with it’s second story loft. The barn has been lovingly restored, and offers amazing opportunities from housing your animals, extracurricular activities, or hosting your next dinner party upstairs in the loft! With scenic country views from every vantage point of the property, this farmette is the perfect full time oasis or weekend retreat. $681,000
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Solebury Township, PA

Sited within 10 acres of old growth hardwoods, sits Woodsnest. This well crafted home enjoys complete privacy from the street viewpoint. The home was custom built in two stages back in the 1980’s. The architectural aesthetics emulate the Revolutionary period of American history. The interior boasts beautiful wood flooring with an aged patina. The kitchen looks out on the Breakfast area and living room beyond. A woodburning stove heats the Breakfast area…and, most likely, most of the downstairs.  $900,000
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Buckingham Township, PA

Located in the heart of Spring Valley, Buckingham Township (recently rated the third safest town in America!) is this beautiful, early stone farmhouse. Set on almost 4 ½ acres, this small farm is perfect for the quintessential country life-animals, chickens and gardening! Newly equipped with a Briggs and Stratton generator, this stately stone house dates back to the late 1700’s. Featuring stone walls, beamed ceilings, deep window sills and wood floors this home is loaded with charm.  $900,000
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Buckingham Township, PA

In one of Buckingham’s most sought-after and historic neighborhoods, Woodcrest Farm encompasses more than 4.5 acres traversed by scenic Watson Creek. A large pond filled with koi, numerous garden areas, and a variety of specimen plantings contribute to the bucolic nature of the property. The residence itself seamlessly combines classic Bucks County stone architecture circa 1800 with a handsome addition from the 1990s. It is a home perfect for entertaining. $989,000
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Bucks County PA

Located between New York and Philadelphia, during the Colonial days Bucks County was heavily traveled via the Old York Road, built in the early 18th century. The road started in Philadelphia and crossed the Delaware River at New Hope, continuing on through Hunterdon County and Middlesex on the way to Elizabeth, NJ. Naturally, stagecoach stops, taverns, and inns sprung up along its route, which is one reason there is such a huge number of stone houses along our roads. 

New Hope is the most famous town in Bucks County. It was originally called Well’s Ferry, named after the first ferry operator on the Old York Road to New Jersey. It became a mill town in the late 1700s. When Benjamin Perry’s mill burned to the ground in 1790, he rebuilt more and called them “New Hope Mills”. Hence, the name was born. (Perry’s mansion is in the center of town.) Logan Inn, built in 1727, was originally called the Ferry Tavern. It’s the oldest continually-run inn in Bucks County and one of the five oldest in the United States. New Hope is also famous for the Bucks County Playhouse, built in 1939 from a converted 1790 gristmill. It has a long history of Broadway plays and has hosted such luminaries as Grace Kelly, George C. Scott, Liza Minnelli, William Shatner, Bob Fosse, Robert Redford, among a stunning list of celebrities.

For bicyclists, joggers, and walkers, the Delaware Canal is a state park with a towpath that runs all the way from Bristol to Easton. It was built in the mid-19th century to haul coal, iron ore, and other products from the Lehigh Valley to Philadelphia. Barges were towed by mules, and the canal was built with a system of locks to help control flooding. It meanders in and out alongside the river, through towns such as Washington Crossing, Point Pleasant, Lumberville, New Hope, and Riegelsville. Many homes back to the canal and are coveted real estate acquisitions.

Doylestown was named after William Doyle, proprietor of a public house licensed in 1745; it still stands at the intersection of Main and State streets. The town was selected as the county seat in 1820 and remains so today. One of its most famous residents was Henry Chapman Mercer, the famous archeologist, artifact collector, and tile-maker, who designed and constructed three of Doylestown’s most fascinating buildings. All three buildings are cast-in-place concrete structures. The Mercer Museum holds more than 40,000 artifacts from the Industrial Revolution. The Moravian Pottery & Tile Works is a living history museum that still creates handmade tiles used by Mercer at the turn of the last century; Bucks County residents often purchase these tiles for use in their homes, from counters to fireplace surrounds. The Fonthill Castle was Henry Mercer’s own home, with 44 rooms, over 200 windows, 18 fireplaces, and 10 bathrooms. Mercer tiles are embedded in the concrete all over the house. It, too, is open to the public. 

For nature lovers, Bucks County has over twenty parks and wildlife preserves, including Lake Nockamixon, containing 5,286-acres of forests, hiking, camping cabins, golfing, fishing, and boat and canoe rentals on its 10 mile-long lake, as well as a marina. There are many boat ramps to the Delaware River, where people enjoy canoeing, kayaking, as well as tubing. In Point Pleasant you can go rafting as well, with Bucks County River Country.  

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Hunterdon County NJ

Visitors to Hunterdon County find it to be a great surprise with its quaint river towns, stone houses, historic bridges, and many Bed & Breakfast stopovers. They don’t call New Jersey the Garden State for no reason! Buyers looking for farms or acreage are often amazed to discover that they tend to get more property for their money this side of the river. I’ve also noticed, personally, that homes don’t change hands quite as often; as a result, many old houses retain much of their original character. 

Because the Delaware River runs along the west side of the County, tourists are attracted to the many historic towns connected to bridges across the river. The Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park runs for seventy miles through all these towns and beyond. It, too, has a towpath for bikes and walkers, just like in Bucks County. The most popular destination is Lambertville, originally a mill town but now a premier weekender attraction. Lambertville Station, once servicing the now-disused railroad tracks, is just one of the many restaurants retaining the old-world atmosphere of this town.

Continuing upriver, the next bridge belongs to Stockton—originally Reading Ferry—another mill town with its famous Prallsville Mill which hosts a variety of artistic and cultural events. Ten miles north, you’ll see Frenchtown (which still celebrates Bastille Day) and Milford, both with their repurposed train stations and Victorian homes. Along the way you can launch your canoe and kayak on the river; inner tubing is also a big summer attraction here because the Delaware is mostly gentle at this point. 

Because of its rural nature, Hunterdon County abounds with parks, nature trails, and horse trails. According to NJ.gov, “There are approximately 42,500 horses in New Jersey with 96,000 acres devoted solely to the equine industry.” You’ll also find that land conservation is high on the list here; since 1985 Hunterdon has preserved 433 farms and almost 33,000 acres—more than any other county in the state. That’s a lot to be proud of!


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If you are looking for Homes for Sale in Bucks County or Hunterdon County, you are probably thinking of antique stone houses, country and river properties, old farm houses, horse properties, log homes, and weekend properties with great views.

Mercedes Hayes has had a presence in this region for many years, specializing in unique properties and vintage homes in the Delaware River Valley. Let’s face it… There’s a lot of information on the internet. Wouldn’t it be easier to work with an agent who already knows the area and already knows the houses for sale? I’m licensed in both PA and NJ and I live in a log home my husband and I built ourselves.

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