Stunning well cared for and loved 1875 Colonial home remodeled with many updates and conveniences. The KITCHEN/MUDROOM/PANTRY/POWDER ROOM were built from the foundation-up in 2002-2003. The Architect was Ralph Curtis Fey, AIA, Doylestown. The cabinetry and design were done by Kitchens by Charles Weiler, Lahaska. The counter and sink are Bucks County Soapstone, Perkasie. The kitchen floor is hickory and the cabinetry is hardwood cherry. The very attractive backsplash is Mercer tiles. Virtually everything represented by the tiles has lived on the property at some time, including the Lenni Lenape Native American. The large pantry in the mudroom is permanently installed. The stones from original foundation were preserved and used to construct a sitting wall for the backyard patio. The washer and dryer were purchased 2018. SITTING ROOM/DINING ROOM were refurbished 2008, Architect: Ralph Curtis Fey, AIA, Doylestown. Custom woodwork, millwork, by Robert Holt; original floors, lightly refinished, new ceiling. Working fireplace; the firewood and kindling bins were converted with custom office cabinetry and original desktop. The stunning interior window shutters throughout are also installed in the British Embassy in DC. SECOND FLOOR Two bedrooms and full bath. Bathroom was gutted and rebuilt, 2008; Architect: Ralph Curtis Fey, AIA, Doylestown. Custom woodwork / millwork, by Robert Holt. Fixtures: Weinstein Supply, Willow Grove. Shower installation: Bucks County Glass, Doylestown. Tilework: Custom Tile & Marble by Paskman; Brick pattern Italian marble tiles, Rosa Verona; Sills and seat of Italian marble, Rosa Verona; Soapstone floor over radiant heat mats. Walls and ceiling hand finished with Venetian Italian plaster by Veneshe Master Venetian Plastering, Easton. Two bedroom floors unfinished, original, 2nd bedroom fitted for wardrobe-dressing room. THIRD FLOOR two attic rooms, then childrens rooms, redesigned, floors refinished 2014; Architect: Ralph Curtis Fey, AIA, Doylestown. Paul Raywood General Contracting, New Hope. Outside are the lovely grounds. The Southern Magnolia tree in front of the house is a Spring Valley landmark. It was planted nearly fifty years ago. Although it had a slim chance of surviving in the Northeast, it has weathered years of freezing temperatures, snow, and ice. It blossoms in June, but has several other interesting stages throughout the year i.e bright red cones in Autumn. The entire back property is enclosed with a combination of wood fencing and Robert Benners Invisible Deer Fencing. It is safe for children and dogs, and keeps deer out. The garage/barn was used for horses, generations ago, and was restored in 2012. There is a storage loft above. The patio was installed in 2009. The sitting wall is made of stones salvaged from the foundation of the house, when the kitchen and pantry were rebuilt from ground up. Perennial landscaping and beds throughout the property: Kepich & Associates, Holicong. Historical Notes: Our neighbor (barn red building across Watson Creek) was once a blacksmith and supply store; across from that (formerly Robertson & Thornton Antiques) was an inn; on opposite side of the road the stone structure was the millworks. Farmers brought their grain to be milled; had wagons, horseshoes & harnesses repaired; ate and slept at the inn.
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