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    5846 Route 412

    RIEGELSVILLE, PA 18077
    • $849,000
    • STATUS: Active
    • ON SITE: 54 days
    • ID#: PABU521138
    UPDATED: 64 min ago
    $849,000
    • 6
      BEDS
    • 3.61
      ACRES
    • 6
      BATHS
    • 1
      1/2 BATHS
    • 4,025
      SQFT
    • $211
      $/SQFT
    Neighborhood:
    Type:
    Single-Family Home
    Built:
    1830
    County:

    School Information

    Elementary School:
    Middle School:
    High School:
    School District:

    Description

    Never, in recent times, has the demand for peace, space and privacy been so intense and yet, so little is available. When a property does come on the market that meets those requirements, it should get your immediate attention. The Stone Pond Farm at 5846 Route 412 in Riegelsville is one of those properties. In 1681, King Charles II of England owed the William Penn family a large debt. To pay the debt off, the King offered William Penn a land grant which was named Pennsylvania. Penn advertised Pennsylvania to Quakers back in England,+-Wales, Germany, Scotland, the Netherlands, and Switzerland. Many, many people bought land from William Penn. William Cook purchased this land on April 7, 1763 and built a large stone barn which still stands in remarkably good condition. +-A home was built nearby at the same time, which over the centuries has been incorporated into the now large and comfortable home ready to welcome you. It does not matter what season you choose to pull into the drive as the view from your car is breathtaking. In winter a blanket of snow is untouched and seems to go on forever and beckoning you to put on a pair of x-country skis or snow shoes. Turn your attention to the right and you will see a hand-crafted stone wall and wide steps that form a formal entrance to the house. As you enter, hand sawn wide pumpkin pine floors hint at the history of this home. Just turn your eye up a bit to the window sills -18+G- deep and incased in stone, sealing out noise and keeping warmth in. If you turn right after entering you will be in the original home, or if you continue straight in you will have a wall of floor to ceiling windows and sliding doors that lead to a wide deck and miles of views to the south (Lake Nokamixon) and west. The deck is the perfect place on summer mornings for your first cup of coffee and at the end of the day you will view some amazing sunsets. Back inside is where you will find the more modern day conveniences of the living room, dining room, dine-in kitchen and owners bedroom with full bath.Keep in mind that a previous owner had envisioned his home as a very comfortable country Bed & Breakfast or at the very least a place where a large family could gather for extended periods of time. 6.5 baths goes a long way in insuring everyone+GGs comfort. Most hallways end in a charming bedroom and on your first visit you might get a little lost. A stairway from the second floor leads to the central kitchen where a meal can be prepared without leaving your guests. Custom cabinetry and a well laid out work space make kitchen chores more enjoyable. And windows looking out over the rolling hills to the west make sure you won+GGt miss those spectacular sunsets.The lower level walk-out basement has a bedroom and bath (which guests might use to shower off after a swim in the large and newly renovated in-ground pool) and storage galore. There is also a small utility garage/work space area on the same level and a room which houses all of the utilities for heating and plumbing. The current owners have replaced carpeted areas throughout the house with wood composite flooring and painted the interior with more updated tones.+-Who doesn+GGt love flowers? In the warmer months, the gardens are everywhere and they are overflowing with flowers. The meandering gardens and paths lead to the chicken coop - not just any chicken residence, but a Disneyesque Snow White habitat with herb garden. The freshly painted inground pool is currently undergoing complete equipment replacement. A blue stone patio and large shade trees are a perfect place for a nap or afternoon tea. A "Bucks County Party Barn" is a coveted piece of real estate. +G+Bank barns+G- were built into hillsides so that livestock could enter the barn through the lower level and hay for the animals could be stored in the upper level. Today, owners may elect to convert this level to host parties of all types.

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    5846 Route 412 RIEGELSVILLE, PA 18077

    • Price: $849,000
    • Status: Active
    • Updated: 64 min ago
    • ID#: PABU521138
    6
    Beds
    6
    Baths
    1
    ½ Baths
    3.61
    Acres
    4,025
    SQFT
    $211
    $/SQFT
    1830
    Built
    Neighborhood:
    None Available
    County:
    Bucks
    Area:
    Springfield Twp (10142)
    Elementary School:
    Palisades
    Middle School:
    Palisades
    High School:
    Palisades
    School District:
    Palisades
    Property Description
    Never, in recent times, has the demand for peace, space and privacy been so intense and yet, so little is available. When a property does come on the market that meets those requirements, it should get your immediate attention. The Stone Pond Farm at 5846 Route 412 in Riegelsville is one of those properties. In 1681, King Charles II of England owed the William Penn family a large debt. To pay the debt off, the King offered William Penn a land grant which was named Pennsylvania. Penn advertised Pennsylvania to Quakers back in England,+-Wales, Germany, Scotland, the Netherlands, and Switzerland. Many, many people bought land from William Penn. William Cook purchased this land on April 7, 1763 and built a large stone barn which still stands in remarkably good condition. +-A home was built nearby at the same time, which over the centuries has been incorporated into the now large and comfortable home ready to welcome you. It does not matter what season you choose to pull into the drive as the view from your car is breathtaking. In winter a blanket of snow is untouched and seems to go on forever and beckoning you to put on a pair of x-country skis or snow shoes. Turn your attention to the right and you will see a hand-crafted stone wall and wide steps that form a formal entrance to the house. As you enter, hand sawn wide pumpkin pine floors hint at the history of this home. Just turn your eye up a bit to the window sills -18+G- deep and incased in stone, sealing out noise and keeping warmth in. If you turn right after entering you will be in the original home, or if you continue straight in you will have a wall of floor to ceiling windows and sliding doors that lead to a wide deck and miles of views to the south (Lake Nokamixon) and west. The deck is the perfect place on summer mornings for your first cup of coffee and at the end of the day you will view some amazing sunsets. Back inside is where you will find the more modern day conveniences of the living room, dining room, dine-in kitchen and owners bedroom with full bath.Keep in mind that a previous owner had envisioned his home as a very comfortable country Bed & Breakfast or at the very least a place where a large family could gather for extended periods of time. 6.5 baths goes a long way in insuring everyone+GGs comfort. Most hallways end in a charming bedroom and on your first visit you might get a little lost. A stairway from the second floor leads to the central kitchen where a meal can be prepared without leaving your guests. Custom cabinetry and a well laid out work space make kitchen chores more enjoyable. And windows looking out over the rolling hills to the west make sure you won+GGt miss those spectacular sunsets.The lower level walk-out basement has a bedroom and bath (which guests might use to shower off after a swim in the large and newly renovated in-ground pool) and storage galore. There is also a small utility garage/work space area on the same level and a room which houses all of the utilities for heating and plumbing. The current owners have replaced carpeted areas throughout the house with wood composite flooring and painted the interior with more updated tones.+-Who doesn+GGt love flowers? In the warmer months, the gardens are everywhere and they are overflowing with flowers. The meandering gardens and paths lead to the chicken coop - not just any chicken residence, but a Disneyesque Snow White habitat with herb garden. The freshly painted inground pool is currently undergoing complete equipment replacement. A blue stone patio and large shade trees are a perfect place for a nap or afternoon tea. A "Bucks County Party Barn" is a coveted piece of real estate. +G+Bank barns+G- were built into hillsides so that livestock could enter the barn through the lower level and hay for the animals could be stored in the upper level. Today, owners may elect to convert this level to host parties of all types.
    Exterior Features

    Architectural Style Farmhouse/National FolkColonial Construction Materials MasonryStoneWood Siding Direction Faces South Exterior Features Extensive HardscapeExterior LightingOutbuilding(S)Gutter SystemStone Retaining WallsWater Fountains Fencing PrivacySplit RailWood Garage YN No Location Type Rural Lot Features LevelNot In DevelopmentRear YardRural Other Equipment Negotiable Other Structures Above GradeBelow Grade Parking Features Crushed StoneGravel DrivewayAsphalt Driveway Parking Types DrivewayOther Patio And Porch Features Balconies- MultipleDeck(S)Patio(S)Porch(Es)TerraceWrap Around Pool Yes - Personal Pool Features In Ground Property Condition Very Good Riparian Rights YN No Roof Slate View Garden/LawnMountainScenic Vista Water Access YN No Water Oriented YN No Water View YN No Waterfront YN No

    Interior Features

    Above Grade Fin SQFT 3425 Appliances DishwasherDryer - Front LoadingOven/Range - GasRefrigeratorWasher - Front Loading Basement Full Basement YN Yes Below Grade Finished Area 600 Cooling Central A/C Exclusions Negotiable Fireplace Features Wood Fireplace YN Yes Fireplaces Total 2 Flooring Tile/BrickWood Furnished No Heating Hot WaterRadiator Heating YN Yes Inclusions Negotiable Interior Features Air Filter SystemBreakfast AreaBuilt-InsAdditional StairwayAtticCrown MoldingsCurved StaircaseFloor Plan - TraditionalFormal/Separate Dining RoomKitchen - Eat-InKitchen - Table SpacePantryPrimary Bath(S)Recessed LightingStall ShowerTub ShowerWainscottingWalk-In Closet(S)Window TreatmentsWood FloorsWood StoveOther Laundry Type Upper Floor Levels 3 Main Level Bedrooms 1 Spa YN No Upper Level1 Bedrooms 4 Walls Ceilings MasonryWood WallsDry Wall

    Property Features

    Acceptable Financing CashConventional Accessibility Features None Assessment Year 2021 Association YN No Central Air YN Yes Condo YN No Cooling Fuel Bottled GasElectric Electric 200+ Amp Service Federal Flood Zone YN No Green Energy Efficient Fireplace/Wood StovePool/Spa/Equipment Heating Fuel OilWood Historic YN No Hot Water 60+ Gallon TankS/W Changeover Incorporated City Name Springfield Twp Navigable Water YN N New Construction YN No Original MLSNumber 304492157863 Ownership Interest Fee Simple Possession NegotiableDelay Settlement Sale Type Standard Senior Community YN No Sewer On Site Septic Structure Design Type Detached Tax Annual Amount 9476.00 Tax Assessment Amount 62160.00 Tax Lot 023 Vacation Rental YN No Water Source SpringWell Zoning D Zoning Description D

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