1066 ALMSHOUSE RD Ivyland, Pennsylvania, 18974 Estados Unidos

Ivyland, PA
  • $2,800 

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Acerca de : 1066 ALMSHOUSE RD, Ivyland, Pennsylvania

Endless opportunities await you at this custom built and lovingly, maintained property by the original owner. This home has a versatile floor plan with a kitchen and full bathroom on each level as well as the convenience of separate entrances available for each level. It is the perfect set up for an in-law or au pair suite. Upstairs contains all solid oak floors, 3 bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, kitchen, dining room living room with bay window that allows for great natural light! Pella sliding glass doors lead you from the dining room to a 15 x 12 sun deck where one can dine outside and take in beautiful views. The spacious, backyard adjoins an open field, surrounded by mature trees which offers tranquility and relaxation. An illuminated 4' wide, brick walkway, lined with lampposts, leads to a 27 x 13 patio outback with a separate entrance for the lower level of the house. The lower level boasts its own kitchen, full bathroom, a family room with a wood-burning, stone fireplace, dining area and additional room that could be used as a bedroom. Stucco and stone exterior with a front porch embellished with maintenance-free, fluted columns. 3-zoned heat. Gazebo in backyard. 2-car garage. Wide driveway with double turn-around. New Roof in 2009. New concrete, front walkway 2015. Award-winning Council Rock School District. Low Taxes! All showings begin at the open house on Sunday, January 17th 1 - 3pm.


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6029 Lower York Road
New Hope, Pennsylvania, 18938 United States   
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  • Cubierta
  • In-Law Suite en Apt
  • Suelos de maderas nobles

Acerca de : Bucks County

On the rolling hills of southeastern Pennsylvania, less than an hour from Philadelphia, is Bucks County, a classic slice of Americana 300 years in the making. The history-rich region, where George Washington and his troops famously crossed the Delaware River, showcases its colonial past in architecture, main streets and monuments.

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